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Table of Contents 



Opening 1 

Classes 17 

Sports 159 

Quality 189 

Who's Who 217 

Quality Programs 225 

Student Activities 241 

Homecoming 285 

Chairpersons 297 

Memorial 310 



1993 Ayantee 

North Carolina 
A&T State 
University 

Greensboro, N.C. 




Chancellor 

Central Administration 

Staff 

College And School 

Deans 

Students And Their 

Activities 



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Our Illustrious Chancellor 







Dr. Edward B. Fort 





Mr. Arthur L. Botley 
Conductor 



Ronald Henderson. President 
Tia Bi-vant. \'ice President 
Felicia Smith. S 




Counting Every Minute 



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A Winning Combination 




Quality With Pride ... A New Beginning is perhaps the WIN- 
NING COMBINATION there is to open Avenues for new 
adventures. Failure to advance will retard social, religious, 
intellectual and physical growth. 



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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Dr. Edward B. Fort 




Mr. Charles Mclntyre 
Vice Chancellor/Business Finance 




CAS 





Dr. Edward J. Hayes 

Vice Chancellor/Academic Affairs 



Dr. Sullivan A. Welbome, Jr. 
Vice Chancellor/Student Affairs 




Dr. Dorothy Alston 
Special Assistanf Administration 




Dr. Norman Handy 

Vice Chancellor/Development And 

University Relations 




Mr. Benjamin Rawlins 

Special Assistant^Legal Affairs 



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North Carolina A&T Fellowship Gospel Choir 




The purpose is to stimulate and 
motivate Christian principles and a 
high order of personal living; to pro- 
vide a socio-religious organization 
for students who embrace the love 
for Gospel and sacred music. 




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Student Interest Groups 



The common objective for Student Interest Groups 
and relationships are to develop the "whole person" in 
working together in planning, organizing, and imple- 
menting programs through cooperative interactions 
and to facilitate the special mental and physical 
learning processes through experiences. 




Embedded Skill Building Workshop 





The Way It Is! 
Steps To Take ... 



(y Initiate practical guidelines through which students may 
achieve goals which are socially desirable and individual- 
ly satisfying to their lives. 

(2) Help students experience the satisfaction that comes from 
association with different kinds of people, without becom- 
ing victims of nefarious schemes. 

(3) Help students improve their abilities to live with others 
so that they may promote their own development and 
their own worthy purpose effectively. 

(4?) Prepare students so they may be partners with those who 
seek to help provide a better society in which to live. An 
every day needed SKILL! 





College And School Deans 




Dr. A. James Hicks 
Arts & Sciences 

The College of Arts and Sciences intro- 
duces the student to many fields of 
human interests and assists him in 
acquiring knowledge in the fields of lib- 
eral arts and sciences. 



Dr. B. C. Webb 
Agriculture 

The School of Agriculture is organized 
in the land • grant University tradition 
where programs of resident instruction 
in the food and agricultural sciences as 
well as closely related areas are 
offered. 



Dr. Quiester Craig 
Business & Economics 

A primary goal of the School of Busi- 
ness and Economics is to develop busi- 
ness leaders who are capable of coping 
with new technologies and social 
progress. 



Dr. Dorothy P. Bamett 
Education 

The school of Education prepares stu- 
dents for careers in elementary and 
secondary schools and for professional 
careers in industry, government and 
other agencies. 




Dr. Harold Martin 
Engineering 

The School of Engineering grants bach- 
elor of science degrees in agricultural, 
architectural, chemical, civil, electri- 
cal, industrial, mechanical engineer- 
ing, and computer science. The School 
offers the master of science degrees in 
engineering, architectural, electrical, 
industrial, and mechanical engineer- 
ing. The Ph.D program is also avail- 
able. 



Dr. Albert Spruill 
Graduate Studies 

The Graduate school offers advanced 
study for qualified individuals who 
wish to improve their competence for 
careers in professions related to agri- 
culture, applied science, education, sci- 
ence research, technology, the humani- 
ties and the social sciences. 



Dr. Beverly Malone 
Nursing 

The mission of the School of Nursing is 
to provide quality instruction to meet 
the requirements for the Bachelor of 
Science in Nursing degree. The pro- 
gram provides the foundation for 
advanced preparation in nursing and 
lifelong learning. 



Dr. Earl Yarbrough 
Technology 

The primary focus of the School of 
Technology is to prepare individuals 
who are uniquely proficient in the 
application of basic science and tech- 
nology. Programs designed to prepare 
individuals for industry are built upon 
a technical-management orientation. 



North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University 



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Quality With Pride 




L New Beginning . . . 

! ost employees were extremely pleased with aspects of the Kick-Off 



•ogram. 






Development of Positive Working 
Relationships 




Multiculture 




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Freedom of expression, respect for the 
tradition of others and equality are 
principles that are widely accepted at 
A&T 




There is enough room at the top to 
accommodate the diverse contribu- 
tions of every student. 




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Focus On Multiculture 




Students have worked 
extremely hard to develop 
multicultural programs. It 
was kept in mind while 
planning that we should 
build and maintain diversi- 
ty as something that enrich- 
es the learning environ- 
ment. 



Reach Out And 
Touch 



A Panel Discussion of eight 
students served as multicul- 
ture experts. One question 
was "Where Do We Go fi'om 
Here with Multicultural- 
ism"? The response was "To 
do all the good you can in all 
the places you can, to all the 
people you can for as long as 
you can". 




Travis Telfaire, Tim Morgan, Thadeus Hush, 
Donnie Alston, Jeff Joyner, M. Cross, Scott Bond, 
Ron Harris. Cedric McKoy, Duane Lewis, Shawn 
Cheatam, Rick Williams, Terrence G., Keith 
Lloyd. SPRING '92 CRIMINAL MINDED 



Men of Distinction 

Culture For Service: 

Service For Humanities 



SPRING '92 "LEGION OF DOOM" Standing: Kenneth Shelley, Kevie WiL 

Teddy Smith, Leon Goosby, Ken White, John Brown. Kneeling L-R: Eric Jones" 
Tyrone Stanley, Rodney Foust 





TITA CHAPTER 
"THE BEAST" 



Right - OLE SCHOOL 
L-R James Jarman. 
Reginald Alston. 

George Miller 



Left - SPRING 90 

"BLUE CHAOS" 

L-R Kevin B. Will Farrish. Bishop 

Ransom 




Networking In Action 



students participated in an Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Sorority, Inc. Target project for Beta Iota Omega 
International Adopt-A-Month ' 




All Fired Up To Lend 
A Helping Hand 



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Student Activities 
Organizations 






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Freshmen 



ICimberly Adams 

Adrian Adkins 

Roceda R. Alford 

Clara Allen 



Regina O. Armster 

Marcus S. Atkinson 

Rosalyn Attoh 

Darira Barnes 



Alicia Bates 

Kammick L. Bell 

Tiffany Beniamin 

Tamara Blackmon 



Cassandra Blaine 

Tanesha Boone 

Sharonda Borkin 

Aprienne Brown 



Charis Brown 

Galina Brown 

Aretha Boyd 

Kimberly Bullock 



Tiffany Burt 
Billie-Jeanne Buster 

Eric A. Carr 
, Cheri Champion 



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Freshmen 



Janna Charles 
Sonia Chester 
Challette Cooper 
Tobias Daniels 



Kristen Davis 
Yolanda Davis 
Kristan Dawson 
Cynthia Deloatch 



Wanita E. Dunston 
Michelle Fearrington 
Faith Ferrell 
Kesia Flippin 



Chanda Foxx 
Mia C. Foy 
Venise Fulford 
Kendra Gaither 



JoAnn Garrett 
Kristi R. Gill 
Chantelle Grady 
Cindy Greene 



Dovetts Hairston 
Latisha Hamilton 
Cynthia Hampton 
Shandette E. Harper 



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Freshmen 



Tony Hayes 

Willie Hester 

Dominique Higgs 

Coffy Hines 



Holly A. Hopkins 

Tonya Hunt 

Sharon Jacobs 

Erica James 



Nicole Jeter 

Danielle Johnson 

Keesha Johnson 

Melanie Johnson 



Monet N. Johnson 

Tanya Johnson 

Tasha Johnson 

Laikhe Jones 



Marcy Jones 

Tabatha Jones 

Sherri Joyner 

Kerri Jung 



Camille Keith 

Miranda Lawery 

Willie Lawrence 

La Valencia Lipscomb 





Freshmen 



Erica Lyles 
Brian Martin 
Nicole McKelvin 
Stacie Mebane 



Jonathan Mickles 
Daymond M. Milam 
Timothy Mitchell 
Cathy A. Nuanes 



Davonda Patterson 
Darrick Patterson 
Michael Pope, Jr. 
Correen Powell 



Traci Raleigh 
Tasha Reid 
Altice Rhodes 
Monique Richardson 



Timothy Richardson 
Rashad Roberts 
Adrian Ross 
Lisa Scales 



Kishema Selby 
Mikita Sloan 
Monique Smith 
Pandora Smith 



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Freshmen 



Cassandra Strudwick 

Dahlia Sweeney 

Charles S. Tapp, III 

Damon Taylor 



Tasha B. Thomas 

Terence Thomas 

LaKisha L. Ti-oxler 

Susan Tucker 



Lora Tyson 

TeiTica Usher 

Frivette L. Vaughn 

Shameka Waites 



Rodney Wallace 

Meika Washburn 

LeMonica Washington 

Tiffany Whittington 



LaWana M. Wilcots 

Alana Williams 

Crystal Williams 

Darya Williams 



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Susean C. Williams 


Erica Williams 


Tangela Williams 


Lakisha Willingham 





Freshmen 



Sonja Willingham 
Tiffany Wooten 
Robin Worthy 
Tiffany Worthy 







Sean Young 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

TREMAYNE J. TAYLOR PRESIDENT 

KAMMICK BELL VICE PRESIDENT 

KENDRA L. GAITHER SECRETARY 

LAKEISHA E. WATERS TREASURER 

STACIE R. MEBANE MISS FRESHMAN 





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On The Road To Aggieland 




Time Out From Exams! 




if you've ever, in a moment of last minute desperation, tried to 
jscape taking an exam ... don't even try it. 





Just Study Harder 



25 



No Experience Needed 




Attend classes regularly. 




All throughout your matriculation, you've got the full support 
of peers and others. They are always ready to answer your 
questions and help you achieve educational goals. 




Aggies At Work And Play 




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Strike A Pose! 



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Strike A Pose! 
For 1992 



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Candids Are Essential 




After the first month at A&T, many students automatically find time 
to pose for a candid one, two or maybe three or four ... 



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Reverend Jackson Keeps 
Aggie, Pride Alive! ... Quality 



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Quiet, listen to what is being said. What a dramatic difference 
he made to get the Democrats back in the seat again ... give him 
some credit C&G 




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A New Beginning .. 



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Sophomores 



Nicole Allen 

Dominic Anderton 

Randi Austin 

Michelle Baker 



Meika D. Baldwin 
Nicole E. Ballanc 

Natasha Ballance 
Valerie Ballance 



Charie Bell 

Selena J. Bond 

DeWuan Booker 

Keith Bostic 



Donald Brandon 

Brian Brewington 

Frank Brown 

Teryone Brown 



Roxanne Burt 

Veronica Butler 

Nichole Cannon 

Genetta Carothers 



Lisa Chapman 

Ivory Creecy 

Jonathan Cunningham 

Kisha Cunningham 




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Sophomores 



Brunson L. Cooper 
Corey M. Ciirtis 
Charlene Davis 
Latoya Davis 



Tracey Davis 
Rwanda Dennard 
Tonyah Dillahunt 
Dana Dudley 



Jennifer Everett 
Stephanie Faison 
Andrea Farrington 
Trenee Fennell 



Sylvester Fleming 
Terri Ford 
Audrenia Foster 
lesha Gatling 



Terressa Gause 
LyTLSon Gilstrap, III 
Melaina-Lee R. Gobble 
Nicole Grainger 



Daryl Graves 
Adrienne Gwynn 
Katina Handsome 
Shondell Harris 



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Sophomores 



Que'Ron Hildreth 

Deshelia Hart 

Laurie Holloway 

Jennifer Hinton 



Nawania Holt 

Kulema Hubbard 

Allegra Hymes 

Danielle Inman 



William H. Ireland, III 

Tony Jackson 

Angela Jeffers 

Jennifer Jeffers 



Aldrina Jenkins 

Brente Johnson 

Roderick Johnson 

Gail Johnson 



Daniel Jones 

Moon Kennedy 

Latonya King 

Natasha Lee 



Carman Linder 
Charles Lownes 
Rondese Mathis 
Derrick Mallory 



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Sophomores 



Catina McAlister 
Liz McLean 
Crystal McNeill 
Nikki McRae 



Angela Miller 
Rosita Newkirk 
Brian C. Parrott 
Trina Perry 



Sean Pinnix 
Corey Pressley 
Karen Presley 
Samiya Purvis 



Yolanda Ratliff 
Tre Reeves 
Flourice Richardson 
Nate Rogers 



Tiffany Scales 
Temeca Simmons 
Lawrence Smith 
Rosalind Smith 



Tonya Smith 
Andren Smoot 
Kechia Spruill 
Michelle Squire 



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Sophomores 



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Dorothy Staton 

Latisha Staton 

Stephens Yvette 

Tisha Stewart 



Natashi Stover 

Carlton Sutton 

Andela Taylor 

Tershea Tuirner 



Deborah E. Waddell 

Doral Ward 

Kara Washington 

Roy Washington 



Kimberly Waters 

Candyce Whisettse 

Bridget Wiggins 

Emmanuel Williams 



Leonard Williams 

Michael B. Williamson 

Jacqueline Wilson 

Wilham R. Windley, III 



Cortney Womble 

Avis Woods 

Therricka Wooten 

Sean Young 





Vernon Zimmerman ^^K 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

KECIA AMARA WILLIAMS PRESIDENT 

TIFFANY C. MCCULLEN VICE PRESIDENT 

SHERYL HARRISON SECRETARY 

LATASHIA SATTERFIELD TREASURER 

ANGELA BANKS MISS SOPHOMORE 




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If Looks Could Kill 




All leaders have strong points and weak ones ... Through 
several ofTices in the Division of Student Affairs, leaders 
receive excellent support both in planning and imple- 
menting programs. 



Future 
Leaders 




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Juniors 



Anissa C. Bledsoe 

Carlton Brooks 

Shea Bi-uns 

Melvin M, Brown 



Tanya Cameron 

Sherri Chisolm 

Carlotta Chambers 

Charissa Cowley 



Davon Culley 

Roger Dickens 

Towanna Dickens 

Sonya Evans 



Angela Ford 

Consuela Fordham 

Daphne Foxx 

Diane C. Enile 



Aaronson Franks 

Angela Fulton 

Paul Gerald 

Tonya Gibson 



Demetria Goode 

Rolanda M. Goodman 

Amy Greenlee 

Shante Harvey 



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Juniors 



Elana Fowler-Haskins 
Sharnia Herbin 
Lisa Hinton 
Chris Holtzclaw 



Cantina Horton 
Tiffany Marie Hughes 
Anna Kenion 
Ingram Land 



Abram M. Lang 
Ronald Leek, Jr. 
Carios Lewis 
Kathy Long 



Tiffany McMiUian 
Tonya McMillian 
Brian McNeil 
LaShawn Mort«n 



Herbert McNair 
Tonya McNeil 
LayVonne Martin 
Rhonda Mayo 



Tandet R. Mazo 
Vanita McLean 
Angela Pace 
Cynthia Parker 



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Juniors 



Thomas Parks 

Terra Pike 

John Ponder 

Erik Roberts 



Kimberly Rollins 

Alicia Simmons 

Monica Smith 

Derrick Southerland 



Cecelia Steward 

Jessie Taybron 

Jamarie Thomas 

Mark Thomas 



Shylla Trotter 

Cheryl D. Welch 

Pamela White 

Frances Williams 



LaToya Williams 

Linda B. Williams 

Monica Williams 

Roddie Wortlington 



Kimani Wright 
Roderick Wright 




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JUNIOR CLASS 

TANYA SHERITA BOONE .. PRESIDENT 

ROBERT D. HOLT VICE PRESIDENT 

KIMBERLY O'NEIL SECRETARY 

RONALD KILGORE TREASURER 

TA WANNA BENBOW MISS JUNIOR 



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All It Takes ... Is A Little Meditation. And Di.scip!ine. These Will Be 
Lasting. 



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Aggie Paraphernalia Is Only A Step Away! 







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Sitting Down On The Job 




It's Easy To Do When 

You Are 

Experiencing 

Burnout 




Quality With Pride 




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Stand 



Us: 








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Many discussions are held on strategies for obtain- 
ing all "A's" ... Let's try this year. Let this be our 
new beginning. Stand by me ... Us! 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 
EXECUTIVE BOARD 




CHRISHAUN D. YARBOROUGH 
PRESIDENT 



TANJA R. DARDEN 
MISS SENIOR 





L-R: Shavone Harrison, Treasurer, Chrishaun D. Yarbor- 
ough. President, Tanja R. Darden, Miss Senior. Standing: 
Carson Funderburk, Vice President. (Not Shown: Mrs. 
Dorothy I. Bailey, Adviser, Sherrish D. Holloman, Secre- 
tary and Vann-Di-Galloway, Parliamentarian). 



Angelene 

Alexandar 

Eric Allen 

Alonzo A 

Alston 

Renad Alston 

Regina 

Ambrose 

Daniel W, 

Andrews. Ill 



Michael Artis 

Heather Ascott 

Kelvin Atwater 

Vardry Austni 

Adrian Baker 

Carol Baker 



Bridget 

Barksdale 

Shandia 

Barksdale 

Valencia 

Bamett 

Pamela L, 

Basheer 

Alexis 

Baskerville 

Damiatt Beckett 

Carolyn A, Bell 

Sreth J, 

Bennett 

Jimetria 

Benson 

Michael 

Bernard 

Rhonda Betheil 

Levanda A. 

Betrand 



Kenva L. Beyah 

Ion Black 

Dawn 

Blackwell 

Felecia D. Blair 

Marcie Blake 

Mechelle E. 

Boger 



Lisa R. Bolds 

Laron T. Bond 

Tyron L. Bond 

Sharese Bowen 

Charles D 

Boyd 

Marchelle A. 

Boyd 



Bridgette H. 

Boyles 

Angeline L. 

Bracy 

Tanya N, Brady 

Sandi Bratton 

Kimberly 

Breedlove 

Bennie A. 

Brewington, III 



Althea V. 

Brink ley 

Trulinda Bntl 

Gi^N, 

Broadnax 

Camilla Brooks 

Christopher 

Brooks 

April Brooms 





Ann M. Brown 
Charles H, 

Brown, Jr, 
Cynthia L. 

Brown 
Ihonne V. 

Brown 
Enc S. Brown 
Janetle Brown 



Patrice Brown 
David Bryant, 

Jr. 
Reginald 

Br>ant 
Zanda P. 

Bryant 
Jenise Bryson 
Shonda Bullock 



Gordon 

Burnette 
Anthony H. 

Burnette 
Candace Burns 
Angela R. 

Butler 
Kia D, Butler 
Rhonda Bvers 



Andrea Bynum 
Derrick A. Byrd 
Troy Byrd 
Richard Caloy 
Stephanie N. 

Camp 
Howard 

Campbell, Jr. 



Kim Capers 
Howard L. 

Carn 
Johnny M. Carr 
Jerne Carter 
Portia M. 

Carter 
Corey C. 

Cartwright 



Wanda Gary 
Dexter 

Casterlow 
Machelle Cato 
Bennie Caudle 
David 

Chamblee 
Lemuel Chance 



Camille Y. 

Chandler 
Hester 

Charlveston 
Cynthia Clark 
Kimberly Clark 
Marchelle L. 

Clary 
Ketesha 

Clemons 



Angelia Clinton 
Dwana Cole 
Shawn D. Cole 
Yvonne S. Coles 
LeSonya Colins 
Barbara Cooper 



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Loil F. 

Covington, Jr. 

Bruce Cozart 

Shannon Crite 

Michael Cross 

Donna Crovell 

Monique 

Crowson 



Dawn Culmer 

Reginald D. 

Curne 

Melissa Daney 

Eric L. Daniel 

Lenita BV. 

Daniels 

John W. David 



Aprale Davis 

Christopher 

Davis 

TifFani S. Davis 

Tom Davis 

Tonya R. Davis 

William Davis 



Toneta Dewitt 

Kathenne 

Dickens 

Reginald G. 

Dixon 

Raymond C. 

Dobbins 

Angelia R. 

Doggett 



Tequel Douglass 

Roderick D. 

Douthit 

Sherrod L. 

Douglas 

Vicki Y. 

Douglas 

Eugene M. 

Dowing 

Benita 

Kluttz-Drye 



Libra Dumas 

Shelton L. 

Dumas 

Tara 

Dunnigan 

Christa Eaves 

Dan Edwards 

Corey Elliott 



Vincent Elliott 

Jelvaner 

Ellison 

Kevin Elwood 

Wendell Ely 

Ubani Eni 

Charlene A. 

Epperson 



Tiffany 

Eubanks 

Tongeia 

Everette 

Lesley D. Ex6m 

Deloris Farrow 

Felicia Y. 

Faulcon 

Reginald 

Feaster 





Lei Ferguson 
Chery] Y. 

F'isher 
LaTashaP. 

Fisher 
Eddie G. Fitts 
Byron R, 

Fitzgerald 
r>aul D, 

Fleming 



Deron T. Ford 
Pamela L. Ford 
Sonsare Forney 
Monica Foust 
Gregory Frazier 
Rosalyn Frazier 



Gloria 

Frederick 
Kenneth A. 

Free 
Monique 

Freeman 
Jacqueline 

Fripp 
James Prison 
Tanya L. 

Fulton 

Darian M. Fultz 
Carson D. 
Funderburk 

Angelita 

Gardner 
Ethel Gardner 
Ernest A. 

Garner 
Shonda 

Garrison 



< 'haries A. 

Gaskins 
( 'hnstopher 

Geiger 
Sharon Gerold 
Jill D. Getchen 
Caria Gibbs 
Ann Gibson 



Susan Gilliam 
Michael 

Godette 
Phyllis Coins 
Maruska 

Godding 
Katrice Goorum 
Leon F. 

Goolsby, Jr. 



Terrence W. 

Graham 
Jassen R. Grant 
Ricky M. 

Graves 
Irving Gray 
Kevin M. Gray 
Monique S. 

Green 



Juanne Y. 
Greene 
Travis Greene 
Nina Griaon 
Elijah Griffin 
Africa Hakeen 
Bantee Hall 



James E. Hall 

Bobby L. 

Hamm, Jr. 

Cheryl A. 

Harden 

Chnstal Hardv 

William 

Hargrove 

Tramell L. 

Harper 

Daryl 

Harrington 

Adalyn E. 

Harris 

Andrea Harris 

DeAngelis S, 

Harris 

Dwan L. Harris 

LaRita P. 

Harns 

Lonnie C. 

Harris 

Vernon L. 

Harris 

Shavone 

Harrison 

Rosetta Hart 

David G. 

Harvey 

Michaela M. 

Harvey 

Phillip J. 

Hawkins 

Carla Hayes 

Devintia 

Headen 

Angela Heard 

Patricia Heath 

Charles R. 

Hicks 



Clarence D. Hill 

Letone R. Hill 

Sonja N. Hines 

Derek G. 

Holland 

Sherrish D. 

Holloman 

Scottie 

HoUoway 



Coslou' A. Holt 

Tara M. 

Honesty 

David Hooper 

Felicia Hughes 

Anthony 

Humphrey 

Angela Ireland 



Carmen 

Jackson 

Monica Jackson 

Tracie Jackson 

Stephanie E. 

James 

Michael L, 

JefTress 

Shaton JefTnea 



Cheryl M. 

Jenkins 

Felicia 

Jennings 

Charles A. 

Johnson 

Denise Johnson 

Tiffany Johnson 

Beatrice Jones 





Clifton Jones 
James G. Jones, 

III 
Karen N- Jones 
Keshia L. Jones 
Simone Joyner 
Patrice 

Kearney 



Killiam P. 

Kelly. Jr. 
Chamita L. 

Kennedy 
Monica Kerr 
Cla^in O. King. 

Jr. 
Donovan 

Kirkland 
Staci Kyle 

Marsha E. 

Lafayette 
Marcia Lamb 
Jah Lamin 
Deborah A. 

Lane 
.■\nita G- 

Langford 
Martin D. 

Lanston 

WiUie G. 

Lash. Jr. 
Sheretha 

Lawson 
Donna Ledbetter 
Anthony Q. 

Leggett 
Audres Lewis. 

Jr. 
Stephanie W. 

Lewis 



Bndgette D. 

Lindsav 
Manda R" 

Lindsey 
Joi Lownes 
Kevin L\'nch 
James Lyons 
Kendre Lyons 



Melanie 

MacDonald 
Cassandra 

Mack 
Linda A. Mack 
Angela L. 

Mahoney 
Tonyu A. 

Nlarshall 
Nichole Martin 



Chanti Mason 
Carty Massey 
Wayne Mathis 
Andrea McCain 
Tammv 

McClure 
Theron 

McConnevhead 



Michael E- 

McCormick 
Dawn a L- 

McCoy 
Paulette McCoy 
Charlene 

McDonald 
Lawrence 

McEachin 
Katnna T. 

McKain 



Ciarence 

McKee 

Angela McNeil 

Anthony V 

McNe 

Tracie 

McPhater 

Reginald D. 

Mcae 

Michael 

Menefee 



Jeanette 

Mercer 

Julian Mercer 

Tracey Mickel 

Karen M. Miles 

George D. 

Miller. Jr. 

Leslie D. Mills 



Sonja U. Mills 

Christopher G. 

Mitchell 

LaTishia 

Mitchener 

Sharita D. 

Mizzell 

Charles T. 

Montgomery 

Joanee Moody 

David L. Moore 

Jeffery L. 

Moore 

Bernadette 

Murphy 

Marlys Murphy 

Raymond Neal, 

Jr. 

Catherine D. 

Netter 

Christy 

Newkirk 

Regina 

Newkirk 

Regina Newton 

Shawyn L, 

Newton 

Enk Northam 

Charlisa 

Norwood 



Andre Nowlin 

Kwesi Nyanor 

Ron Oldham 

Donnette Olds 

David E. 

Onyemem 

Rosemary 

Onyemem 



Robert L. 

Owens, Jr. 

Ruth A. Palmer 

Sophia Parker 

Kimberly 

Parson 

Joseph A. 

Patrick 

Kimberly 

Penny 

Fernanda Perry 

Kim Peters 

Vickie 

Pettigrew 

Tawanya T. 

Phillips 

Tammi L. 

Pineback 

Jacquelyn 

Pittman 





Rico Porter 
Trina Posey 
Jimmie Powell 
Lakisha 

Pre ss ley 
Donna Pnce 
Cecelia Quick 



William Ragin, 

II 
Dena Ralin 
Brian E. Rascoe 
Kimberlv M. 

Ray 
Jerome R. 

Redmond 
Scott Reels 



Apnl Reid 
ChaHes Revelle 
Paula Rhodes 
Brenda L. 

Richardson 
Jefferv- B. 

Roberts 
Chamita 

Robinson 

Demetre 

Robinson 
Lament 

Robinson 
Ryan T. 

Robinson 
Willie Robinson 
Jacques H. 

Rogers 
Jamar\'a 

Rogers 



Janice Rogers 
Lisa Roland 
Ronnie L. 

Rollins 
Dennis R- Royal 
M>Ta L. Royal 
Larr>- C. 

RusseU. Jr. 



Gatjens 

Hilai re-Saint 
Mark Sanders 
Tatyana 

Sanders 
Terrell L. 

Sanders 
Richelle Scales 
Domishia Scott 



Holly F. Scott 
John B. Scott 
C\-nthia M. 

'Sellars 
Cassandra 
Sessoms 
Corey Sexton 
Kiley S. Sharpe 



Kimberly D. 

Shaw 
Kimberly 

Sheffey 
Angela Shields 
Dexter Short 
Ryan Shuford 
Nanell E. 

Simmons 



Ahca Smith 

Erin D. Smith 

Matthew Smith 

Nikki S. Smith 

Plato Smith 

Theodore F 

Smith 



Tracy S. Smith 

Ronson 

Smothers 

Deirdra Sniett 

Kenny 

Snowden 

Joseph 

Soloman, Jr. 

Jimita N. 

Spates 



Falicia Squire 

Tonya Standi 

Tyrone Stanley 

Sabnna 

Stearns 

Ornetta Steele 

Corey L. 

Stephens 



Shannah Y. 

Stephens 

Saundrell 

Stevens 

Maurice L. 

Stuart, II 

Kyle Suggs 

Tonya Suggs 

Crystal 

Summers 



Biliynda Sykes 

Roderick Tate 

Daniele D. 

Taylor 

Natasha Taylor 

Robin D, Taylor 

Darrius K. 

Tefaire 



Anita L. 

Thomas 

Shanon Thomas 

Tracy M. 

Thomas 

Tonia 

Thompson 

Tracy 

Thompson 

Tosha Throne 

Cynthia L. 

Tilghmow 

Nichelle Tinin 

Theresa A. 

Toler 

Carol J. 

Trevathan 

Nicole O. 

Trotter 

Graig G. 

Trower 



Anthony 

Tucker 

Kevin J. Tucker 

Leslie Tukes 

Maurice Tyler 

Alicia Tyson 

Ita Aka-Und 





Rugnna M. 

Ulley 
Dana N. Valdes 
Sharon Vanlud 
Devin Waller 
Nicole E. 

Waltford 
Anita C. 

Walker 

Verdina M. 

Walker 
Taw an da 

Wallace 
Reginald 

Walston 
Gilmore Waller 
Tiffany M. 

Warren 
Tamu 

Washington 



TaLayna 

Wathngton 
Alexandria R. 

Watson 
Lament Watson 
Nicole A. Watt 
Deitrah Watts 
Kathv Welborn 



Kelly J. 

Welbom 
Al\nn A, 

Whetston 
Douglas 

Whitaker 
Brian K. White 
Jenean Wliite 
Renita White 

Matthew 

WTiitmore 
Duncan J, 

WTiitted 
Kevie Wilkins 
Jozette 

Wilkinson 
David T. 

Williams 
Gregor>- D. 

Williams 

Jena Williams 
Keisha 0. 

Williams 
Melloney 

Williams 
Rhesha 

Williams 
Sherri Williams 
Sony a Williams 



Tanya Williams 
Tiffany R. 

Williams 
Timothy L. 

Williams 
Verdie Wilhams 
Stacey 

Williamson 
Traci Willie 



Craig Willis 
Gerri Willis 
Felecia R. 

Wilson 
Andre 

Winstead 
Danus Wise 
Tonva Witt 



Kendral M. 

Woodord 

Andrea L. 

Woodruff 

Jessalyn Woods 

Tracie Woods 

Marcus 

Woodson 

Regina Wright 



Arnie Wynn 

Myra D. Wynn 

Charles M. 

Yancey 

Chrishaun D. 

Yarborough 

Cheryl 

Yarbrough 

Michael A. York 





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1- 



Graduating Senior 

Graduating 
Seniors 



We recognize that all sorts of new developments are transforming the process in 
order to produce quality. Accelerated use of sophisticated information-processing 
technology and improved educational techniques are reshaping mental, physical, 
social, intellectual, and moral levels of competence. 




Faculty 
And 
Staff 



Making 
Significant 
Contributions 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 
STEP ASIDE: FOR IT'S AGGIE PRIDE! 




Erica D. Smith 

President 

SGA 



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Thinking of quality as a set of formal goals, offered two benefits during this "era in action." It focused atten- 
tion on the essential relatedness of activities carried on by student government association, specific students 
and groups. It emphasized the fact that to meet the particular requirements of a specific activity, there must 
be total involvement. 





Executive Officers L-R: Miss A&T Machelle E. Cato, Attorney General Rodney Boone, Vice 
President of Internal Affairs Alicia P. Smith, Treasurer Sonya Y. Evans, President of Exter- 
nal Affairs Theron D. McConneyhead, Secretary Mondrivia D. James, Special Assistant 
William Kearney. (Not Pictured: Chief of Staff Gerard Anthony Morrison, Special Assistant 
Donovan Kirkland and Parliamentarian Vann-Di Galloway). 



We believe tenaciously in the possibility of 
students linking their lives to quality. We 
believe this to be the only true good life. You 
must endeavor to do your BEST ... 



Gerard Anthony Morrison 
Chief of Staff 






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ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC. 




MEMBERS: Alicia Simmons, Tiffani Davis, Alison Green, Yamika Dawes, Dreman Rhyne, 
Sonya Evans, Barbara Shoffner, Cubia McLean, Saron McLean, Violet Mays, Pamela 
Lyons, Crystal Sterling, (Not Shown Above: Tina Yancey). 




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EXECUTIVE BOARD 





Miss Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 
Tiffani Davis 



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OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC. 

MU PSI CHAPTER 




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Ronald Edwards, Bennie Walk- 
er, Jr., Stephen Ollison, Charles 
Hicks, Jr., Rudolph Brown, Jr., 
Juan Whittaker, David Chad 
Turner, Reginald Pitts, Donald 
Armstrong, Kotey Neequaye, 
Allen Thompson 






OFFICERS 

Carl Paige, Keeper of Finance 

Carlyle Brewington, Chapter Reporter 

Stephen Ollison, Basileus 

Bennie Walker, Jr., Chaplain 

Donald Armstrong, Keeper of Records and Seals. 



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MU 

PSI 

CHAPTER 



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LEFT: Donald Armstrong, David Chad Turner, Juan Whittaker, Rudoph Brown, 
Jr., Stephen OUison, Murcie Young 



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RIGHT: Carl Paige, Reginald Pitts, Carlyle Brewington, John Wesley Harris, 
Jr., Bennie Walker, Jr., Ronald Edwards 



Not Shown: Michael Morris, Allen Thompson, Kotey Neequaye, Harold Pratt, Keven Jones, 
Winn East, Tomjoel Reid, Roderick Beaty, Kenny Lima, Charles Hicks 



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ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. 




CENTURIONS OF THE NILE-Spring '89 
Donovan Kirkland 



THE LAST PHAROAHS OF TRUTH-Spring '90 
Tyrone Farmer and Ryan Robinson 




IN SEARCH OF ... Spring '91 
Carson Funderburk, Vincent Nyanor, Damon Johnson, Bennie Brewington 



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-N-T SPRING '92 

-R: Glenn Hames, John Morris. Roosevelt Long, Raymond McNeil. James 

rison. Carlton Brooks. Keith Barron. Ron Kilgore. Mike Kelly. Billy 

Kearney 





GUESS WHO'S ROLLIN" WITH THE L.M. 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA 
FRATERNITY, INC. 



THE BROTHERS OF THE BETA EPSILON CHAPTER 




LELWIS WATSON AND ROB HOLT 



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A & T Register Staff 




Tara Bennett 
Advertising 



Corey Cartwright 

Circulation/Distribution 

Manager 





Greg Williams 
Editor 



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Ayantee Yearbook Staff 



special thanks goes 
out to Mrs. Henri- 
etta Largent, Mrs. 
Grade Finley. Mr. 
Alonzo Rucker, Mr. 
James Armstrong. 
Mr. Ralph Brown. 
Mr. Robert Law- 
son. Dr. Richard 
Moore. Mr. Charles 
Mooney, Mr. 

Wayne Wolfe and 
above all, our 
adviser, Mrs. 

Dorothy I. Bailev 



Without the dedi- 
cated support of all 
student workers, 
and organizations 
who took an active 
part in this publi- 
cation, our book 
would not have 
been completed. 




Doug McCollough 
Head Photographer 




Theron D. McCormeyhead 
Editor-in-Chief 



Carlton Brooks 
Managing Editor 



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DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC 



EXECUTIVE 
BOARD 

Fernanda Perry, Shandi 
Barksdale, Tatiana Saunders, 
Marliss Murphy, Shanti Mason, 
Patrice Brown, Lesley Exum, 
Princess Palmer, Dana Valdes, 
Alissa Talifero, Allison Gwynn, 
Sharon Wynn, Michelle Roger, 
Tanya Darden, Cheryl Fisher, 
Wanda Gary 







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DELTA 

SIGMA 

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SORORITY, 

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Usley Exum, Shandi Barksdale 



LADIES OF 
DISTINCTION 





Wanda Gary, Alison Gwyn, Marliss Murphy, Dana Valdes, Tanya Darden, 
Tatiana Saunders, Cheryl Fisher, Sharon Wynn, Aprale Davis, Alisa Talif- 
ero, Fernanda Perry, Erica Smith, Shandi Barksdale, Lesley Exum, Patrice 
Brown, Erika Wortham, Princess Palmer, Shanti Mason, Michelle Boger 



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Rori Batts, Christopher Williams, Avis Woods, Nick Carr, Katrice 
Goodrom 






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Nick Carr, Vice President 
Rori Batts, Treasurer 
5^ Avis Woods, Miss MO-DEL 




KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY, INC. 




SPRING '91 DIAMONDS OF THE RENAISSANCE Shawn Cole, 
Anthony Humphrey, Torian Riestly, Bantee Hall, Paul Fleming. 



THE ALPHA NU CHAPTER OF KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

has a strong tradition of service. The 1992-93 year was 
evident of that tradition. The BROTHERS pictured here 
raised $500 in support of Hurricane Andrews RELIEF 
FUND 




SPRING '90 

THE LAST KRIMSON KRUSADE 

William Kelly 
Alvin Wetstone 
Derrick Holland 
John W. David, Jr. 
Tyrun Bond 



SPRING 1992 - "16 DIAMONDS IN THE ROUGH" 

Jason Moore, Charles Little, Robert Duck Warth, Adri- 
an Baker, Sam Davis, Daemion Johnson, Mike 
McCormick, Omar Adams, Allen Anderson, Jack 
Anderson, Kirk Hicks, Ita Udo-Aka, Roderick Wright, 
Kenny Merritt, (Not Pictured): Mike Menefee, Alonzo 
Alston 



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The "Kappas" Helping 
The Community With Charitable Donations. 






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Brothers of The Alpha Nu Chapter with their grand Polemarch. 




Shawn Cole, Paul Fleming, John W. David, Jr. 
Anthony Humphrey, Bantee Hall, Tyron Bond, Rod 
Wright, Omae Adams, Kirk Hicks, Robert Duck- 
worth, Allen Anderson, Mike Menefee, Alvin Wet- 
stone, Jason Moore, Jack Anderson, Alonzo Alston, 
Ita Udo-Aka, Torian Priestly, William Kelly, Mike 
McCormick, Kenny Merritt 



The officers of the Alpha Nu Chapter Strategus: Shawn 
Cole; Keeper of Records: Paul Fleming; Polemarch: John W. 
David; Jr. Vice Polemarch: Anthony Humphrey; Keeper of 
Excleguer: Bantee Hall 




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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 



Promoting 
the profession- 
al development 
of the mem- 
bers by pro- 
grams and by 
relations with 
other student 
chapters and 
with the par- 
ent body of the 
American 
Institute of 
Chemical 
Engineers. 
Contributes to 



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the development 
of chemical engi- 
neers at North! 
Carolina A&T 
State University! 
through activi- 
ties involving 
faculty and stu- 
dent members. 
Counseling high 
school students 
who are interest-' 
ed in chemical 
engineering is 
one of many ser- 
vices. 






Bantee L. Hall, President; Dr. Angela Clark, Adviser 



OMEGA 

PHI 
EPSILON 



Miss AICE 




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Men's Council/Alliance 




HERE 




L-R: Charles Steepleton, Keith Bullard, Ian Solomon, Jonathan Mickles, 
Christopher Brown, Tirrell Smith, Laurie Scott, Max Mitchell and Gregory 
Bush 




L-R: Gregory Bush, President, Tirrell Smith, Parliamentarian, Tiffany 
Clinkscale, Miss Men's Council, Laurie Scott, Treasurer. Charles 
Steepleton, Secretary and Keith Bullard 




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American Marketing Association 



OfBcers 

Charlene Eppei-son - President 

Tosha Thome - Vice President 

Chaj'les Brown - V. P. Finance 

Taril Gravely - V. P. Communications 

Dexter Vaughn - V. P. Membership 

Juarme Greene - V. P. Programs 

Robbie Morehead - V. P. Career Sei-vices 

Ivan Davis - ParUamentarian 

iVTonique Crowson - V. P, Advertising 

Dr. Edna Johnson - Advisor 



Front Row: Dr. Edna Johnson • 
Advisor, Tosha Thorne, Kelly 
Welbourne, Cynthia Sellars, Tonya 
Suggs, Monique Crowson, Cherry 
Fields, Charlene Epperson, Dr. 
Japhet Nkonge. 2nd Row - Tonyah 
Dillahunt, Michelle Brice, Taml 
Gravely, Jasmyn Ringgold, Tonya 
Ellison, Jennifer Garner, Con- 
swella Cobb, Dorothy Staton 3rd 
Row - Robbie Morehead, Maurice 
Stewart, Charles Brown, Courtney 
Chavis, Dena Rantin, Juanne 
Greene, Dexter Vaughn, Jr., 
Thomas Henderson, Joseph 
Soloman 



A 
M 

S 




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Association for Computing Machinery 




Front Row - kneeling Kelsaw Link Second Row Hope Harley, Blessing Eni, Leon Crawford, Doreen Tucker, Dione Brown, 
Yvonne Coles, Shatonia Taylor, Tonya Jones, Enca Floyd, and LaTisha Mitchener Third Row Tim Atwell, Carolyn Bell, Steven 
Campbell, Kyle Suggs, Chris Cobb, Charles Steepleton, and Maurice Tyler 



83 



Biology Club 




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CHARLOTTE AGGIE CLUB 



President Shannon Crite and 
Advisor Terri Long. The 
Organization promotes unity 
among all students from 
Charlotte, promote education 
and act as mentors to 
Charlotte area high schools. 




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Model United Nations Club 



The purpose is to develop an interest in international affairs as well as to promote critical 
analysis of international policy. We also strive to improve public speaking skills as well as 
impromptu debates. 




Tonie Wellons 
President 



Dr. Samuel Mosley 
Advisor 



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Crystal Coast Aggie Club 





Sonya Withers, Tonya Withers, Dorothy Staton, 
Latisha Staton, Louis Tyre, Rahem Lee, Charles 
Fisher, Erica Wynn, Joyce Tottle, Sherry 
Walker, Vickie Meadows, Tashuana, Kimberly 
Brown, Pamela Kornegay, Advisor Lennie A, 
Beamon 



Rahleu Lee, Treasurer, Charles 
Fisher, Vice President, Erica Wynn, 
Miss Crystal Coast Aggie Club, 
Pamela Kornegay, Secretary. 



87 



EPSILON PI TAU 




Erin D. Smith, Angela Alston, Roger Robinson, Wendell Ely, Sonja Hines, Craig Rhodes 




Erin D. Smith, President 

Harrison Agbozo, Vice President 

Angela Alston, Assistant to President 

Ryan Robinson, Publicity Chair 



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Fayetteville Aggie Club 




Georgia Aggie Club 




Tameka Paschal - Pres. 

Aliya McKenzie - V. Pres. 

Gerald Walker - V. Pres. 

Sheletha Champion - Sec. 

Erica Cobbins - Treas. 

Chad Turner - Special Asst. to Pres. 

Terrica Usher - Queen 

Garrick Petty - Queen's Escort 

Dr. Melvin Johnson - Advisor 



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Institute Of Industrial Engineers 




Woodrow Winchester 
President 

Dr. Sanjiv Sarin 

Adviser 

McNair Hall 



Officers 




Promoting The Field of Industrial Engineers 



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Open A-R-M-S 





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Support Network 



L-R: Deshelia Hart, President 

Ericka McCallum, Miss Open A-R-M-S 

Toriano Baldwin, Treasurer 

Erica Patrick, Vice President 

Ramona Travers, Secretary 

Jennifer Everett, Parliamentarian 



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Psychology Club 




Angela J. Williams 
President 

Members of the Psychology Club 

Dr. William R«ed 
Advisor 



The Psychology Club is sensitive to the nature, needs and desires of its members. This organiza- 
tion provides an opportunity for the exchange of ideas pertinent to the undergraduate experience. 
It encourages the educational and professional growth in the field of psychology. 



93 



The 
Society for 

the 
Advancement ;■ 

of 
Management 





Officers 

Felicia Faulcon - President 
Juanne Green - Vice President 
Patricia Heath - Secretary 
Gautjens Saint-Hilaire - Treasurer 


















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Technology Education Collegiate Association (TECA) 




Front Row: Melody George, DaWana McCoy, Chris Hardy Second Row: Richard Franauer, Kisha Cunningham, Tonja Canady Craig 
Rhodes. Third Row: Brian Moye, Steve Lee, Randy Stokes, Dr. Elazer Bamette. Not Pictured: Elinor Blackwell, Ravmond Neil, Donald 
Hunter, Aaronson Franks. 



Randy Stokes, President 
DaWana McCoy, Vice President 
Chris Hardy, President Elect 
Rich Fronauer, Treasurer 
Kisha Cunningham, Secretary 
Tonja Canady, Reporter 
A. J. Franks, Sgt.- At-Arms 



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Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society 




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Transportation Club 




President Monica Kerr and Executive Officers. Dr. L. Milton Glisson ser\'es as adviser. 




The purpose of the Transportation Club is to promote an interest in the transportation programs at the 
University and the Greensboro community. The club will also be involved with the transportation indus- 
try through field trips on sight plan visitations and speakers that come to the campus. To inform others 
about the importance of transportation, logistics and distribution. 



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Virginia Aggie Club 



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Officers 

Tanja Darden - President, 
Torrey Powell - Vice Pre- 
sident, Monica Smith - 
Recording Secretary, Dawne 
Vaughn -Corresponding 
Secretary, Davetta Woods - 
Treasurer, Monique Johnson 

- Parliamentarian, Nick Carr 

- Sgt. at Arms, Frances 
Williams - Chaplain, Akilah 
Lowery - Miss Virginia Aggie 
Club, Gerald Walden - Mr. 
Virginia Aggie Club 



Air Force ROTC 




Color Guards 




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Alobeaem Society 




Marvella A. Simpson, President 
Diana Robinson, Advisor 

The purpose is to unite the students who are 
aspiring for the Bachelor of Science degree in 
accounting and certification as public accoun- 
tants. 



Sharon Vanlue 
Miss Alobeaem Society 



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Financial 

Management 

Association 





Kevin Gray, Rosalyn, Rod, Domisha Scott, Howard Campbell, Charnita Robinson and Dr. Howard 





Miss FMA 



101 



Black Studies Now 



It is no longer a burden on the memory; It is 
energizing as the poet of our dreams, and as 
the architect of our purpose. 







"Without attention to it, the problem and chal- 
lenges of Black Studies, cannot be dealt with 
in adequate terms." 



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Greensboro Cultural Center 




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Promoting 

Black 

Studies 

Now 



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Voter Registration 




An Extraordinary leader ... Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., urged more than 4,500 to register and vote. 




Many trends reflected 
the efforts of political 
participants. There were 
numerous debates, activi- 
ties. Voter Registration 
Drives and many promis- 
es made by both parties 
... IT'S Time For A 
Change. Vote C & G! 

Don't read Mr. "B's" 
Lips. 



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During the past twenty years. Mr. Gist has enthusiastically given his time, energ>', money, and love for 
the betterment for all mankind. We lift him up todav bv using his favorite quote: "We've Got To Work For 
All People." 



A Tribute To Mr. Herman Gist 




Many students, faculty'staff, community, and 
educators have been inspired by his encourage- 
ment. 




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Founders Day 
Program 





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Founders Day 



The Founders Day Speaker 

John Mack 

President 
Los Angeles URBAN LEAGUE 



Founders Day Committee: 

Ethel F. Taylor, Richard E. Moore, Co-Chairpersons; Dorothy 
Bailey, Lennie Beamon, Carolyn Caldwell, Sandra Cook, Dorothy 
Copeland. Joseph Daughtry, Harriet Davis, Maxine Davis, Lessie 
C. Fort, J.W.R. Grandy, Pamela Hunter, Lillie King, Virginia D. 
McKee, Erica Smith, Jewell Stewart and Charles Williams. 




TIME CAPSULE UNVEILED 




Johnny Hodge, Director of the Marching Band. 



Alma Mater 

Dear A. and T.. dear A. and T., a monument indeed, 
Around thy base with grateful hearts behold thy students kneel. 
We bless the power that gave thee birth to help us in our need, 
We'll ever strive while here on earth all loyalty to yield. 

REFRAIN 

With joy, with joy, dear A, and T., thy students turn from thee 
To spread thy trophies year by year from Dare to Cherokee. 



II 



Dear A and T., dear A. and T., the signet thou shall be 
Set by our great old commonwealth, proud boaster of the free; 
She'd have the record of her womb on granite not inscribed - 
Nay. let the children of her birth proclaim it by their lives. 



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Dear A. and T., dear A. and T., henceforth our aim shall be, 

By precepts wise and deeds more sure to bless the State through thee; 

The arts of industry to wield against an idle foe 

A harvest rich from ripened fields of what thy students sow. 



107 



Love and Harmony 



The heading is 
very timely be- 
cause love and 
harmony is need- 
ed for growth and 
development and 
very definitely in 
dealing with fac- 
ulty/staff. 




108 



Fresh Start 

"101" 

Entertainment 





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Look . . . It's Aggie Pride 




Aggie Pride is 
not simply advis- 
able, but mandato- 
ry- 



CATCH 
IT! 



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The Original "Greensboro Four" 





David Richmond 
Deceased 



"We are prepared to wait until someone serves us." 25 occupied every 
seat at Woolworth's Lunch Counter. 



An Event that changed 
History 



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Education 



It is always gratifying to note that enrollment has increased for many colleges and Universities. We are especially proud that our 
World-Class University's average is above the norm. The focus here is ACADEMICS ... However, student activities cannot go 
unnoticed. 



112 




Life After Books . 




We glorify acti\dties as preparation for life. 



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Under the 11-year leadership of Dr. Edward B. Fort, Chancellor; 
the university community has enjoyed unparalleled progress and 
growth. Highlights of the most recent decade include a record 
enrollment of 7,500 students, the generation of more than $106 
million in funded research, the completion of a $16 million new 
Hbrary, and a $9 million engineering faciUty. A&T, already the 
leading producer of Black engineers at the bachelors and master's 
degree levels, has been given authorization to plan Ph.D. degrees 
in electrical and mechanical engineering. Final approvals are being 
sought to implement these Ph.D. programs in 1993-94. 
Additionally, the University's School of Business and Economics is 
one of only three nationally accredited programs at an historically 
Black university in the nation. The School's accounting program is 
one of two at an HBCU with national accreditation. 



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A&T"s most prominent alumni include the late astronaut. Dr. Ronald McNair; Rev. Jesse Jackson, internationally known human 
rights leader and U.S. Presidential candidate; Congressman Edolphus Towns, chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus; Maj. 
General Charles D. Bussey, Chairman of the University's Board of Trustees; and Brig. Gen. Clara L. Adams-Ender, Commanding 
Officer of Fort Belvoir, Virginia. 




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Do you mean Rithum ... or Do 
you mean Rhythum?" The Band 
and Spectators fall in step 
because of Rhythum. Enough can 
never be said about the #1 
Marching Machine. All of these 
pictures represent Rich 
Expressions. 



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The Marching 
Machine ... 















Promoting Christianity 

"We're Going To Stand Up 
For Jesus" 




WE ARE A GREAT PEOPLE 
LET'S ACT LIKE IT! 



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Gentlemen Of Leisure 




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These gentlemen are brilliant. Always thinking of ways and 
means to assist others. 



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Quality With Pride 

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If one were to define quality especially combining pride, a 
sweet ... sweet ... spirit might well be the result. Aside from 
the continuous programs and academic challenges, the 
environment is wholesome and A&T is a campus of many 
attractions. 



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More and more it has been 
observed how well students 
take active roles in events and 
actually participate in process- 
es of planning and implemen- 
tation. We have found mutual 
esteem and trust through the 
practice of quality with pride 



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This Time Of The Night! 




When you get right down to it, there's only one opin- 
ion that matters: Yours. Please know, we study hard, 
eat well, rest when we can and play later. 



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Quality With Pride ... A New Beginning 




Mr. Aggie, Tyrone Stanley is a senior. Tyrone is a fun loving per- 
son and shares throughout the year his beautiful voice and other 
talents. Out-of-class events are essential. These developmental 
expectations are chosen ones by students. 




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Miss Collegiate African-American 
DeShaunda L. Gooden 



The pleasure of your company 

is requested at 

a Luncheon in honor of 

Miss Collegiate African-American '92 

DeShaunda Lorraine Gooden 

Wednesday, November 18, 1992 

12:30 -2:00 p.m. 
Memorial Union, Rooms 212-213 

Hosted by 

The Division of Student Affairs 

Miss A&T 

New York/New Jersey Connection 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 



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Monumental Occasions 



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Monumental occasions succeed both because 
of their very nature and because of faculty-staff 
and student involvement. Traditional interests 
give such occasions the impetus necessary to 
their success. These monumental occasions are 
indispensable parts of the process of education. 

Without too great a stretch of the imagina- 
tion, we see total involvement with the Alumni 
Association, faculty-staff and the community. 
We continue to see growth, information sharing 
and the enthusiastic support shown during 
special times at A&T. 






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Mutual Agreement 




Mutual agreements are necessary on a 
daily basis. Problems and situations 
arise that no one could have predicted 
and that no one can control. 



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A Forum of Issues 
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be submitted to Professor Martin. 



Though apprecia- 
tion is expressed for 
every act of kindness, 
Sonya's kindness is 
special. She contin- 
ues to contribute 
toward the success 
for many of the 
upcoming programs 
for student. It would 
be almost impossible 
from the point of 
view of both time and 
space to cite each of 




the many individuals who worked 
along with her in the success of 
our fall and spring programs. 

Their acts of kindness included 
all of the influences which moti- 
vated students to attend planned 
events. Not only the planned and 
directed activities, but also those 
that were unorganized and 
unplanned. Much support was 
given by Linda Inman and Black' 
White. We appreciate their kind- 
ness also. 



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A Charge To Keep ... "A New Beginning" 




You cannot attach a more precarious tag to 
one's name and reputation than to label him 
an outstanding AGGIE! 



Tiffany says "What could be more awesome 
than acquiring a quality experience on A&T's 
campus?" A charge to keep! 



You can't tell by looking at the track 
... which way the train went ■ you 
must be on board for a new beginning. 




You pay a bundle for a 
quality education, but 
there's nothing better. 
Buckle up-it's a good 
feeling! 



The responsibilities 
may be heavier, but 
after the second year 
you should be valued for 
your experience, know- 
how and judgment. 
Start spreading the new 
for it's a new beginning. 



Most of the major 
rewards tend to accumu- 
late after the fourth or 
fifth years - If you do the 
right things. Qua- 
lity/Input and output: 
Hard work shows enthu- 
siasm and dedication. 



N. C. A&T — Our 
foundation - build! It's 
a wonderful trans- 
forming quality experi- 
ence. Let this be a new 
beginning! Always 
remember the words of 
our professors who 
helped us come to the 
point of decision. 



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Jermietta T. Harrison 

Miss Air Force ROTC 
Duwann Booker 



Queens and 
Escorts 





Sharon Vanlue 

Miss Alobeaem 
Derrick Ford 



Altice B. Rhodes 

Miss Alex Haley Hall 
Derrick Piatt 




Katrina N. Lee 

Miss Alpha Lambda Delta 
Leonard Williams 





Cherella Wilson 

Alpha Phi Alpha 
Carlton Brooks 



Karen Bullock 

Miss Alpha Phi Mu - Ind. Eng. 

Honor Society 

Walter C. Adorn, III 




Limetria P. Benson 

MissA. I.e. E. 
Derrick Byrd 



Queens and 
Escorts 



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Ernestine Scott 

Miss Army ROTC 
Michael York 




Sandra Street 

Miss ASAE 
Ray Fearrington 




Alicia M. Steele 

Miss ASCE 
James Cox 





Shiryl T. White 

Miss ASME 
Charles Brown 



Monique L. Crowson 

Miss AMA 
James Turner 




Rhonda T. Hopkins 

Miss Associated General Contractors 
Dwight R. Murphy 




Rhonda M. Mayo 

Miss Barbee Hall 
Damion Johnson 



Queens and 
Escorts 




Tanya L. Tucker 

Miss Association of Graduate Students 
Keith Terry 




Simone Joyner 

Miss Beta Gamma Sigma 
Anthony Darnell 




Tamekka L. Bamette 

Miss Association of Computer Mechani 
Nick Carr 




Traci Raleigh 

Miss Biology 
Chris Holtzclaw 




Shimara Perry 

Miss Charlotte 
Terek Miller 



Queens and 
Escorts 





Tonya Alexander 

Miss Cooper Hall 
Amos Faucette, II 



Ion Black 

Chi Eta Phi Society 
Barry J. Williams 




Kimberly Contreras 

Miss Curtis Hall 
Kellep Charles 




Watina L. Nobles 

Miss Data Processing Management 

Association 

Rudolph Worsley 




Cynthia Brown 

Miss Delta Sigma Theta 
Corey Young 



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Jessica Reyes 

Miss Digit Circle 
Darald Reynolds 



Queens and 
Escorts 




Rosita Newkirk 

Miss Durham Aggie Club 
Gerard Littlejohn 




Phyllis P. Goins 

Miss Entreprenuers Unlimited 
Carlos Lewis 




Stacie Kyle 

Miss Environmental Science 
Derrick Fonderburk 





Sonja Hines 

Miss Epsilon Pi Tau 
Erin D. Smith 



Lea N. Harvin 

Miss Exclusively Maryland 
Reggie Dixon 




Crystal McNeil 

Miss Fayetteville Aggie Club 
Ronald C. Oldham 



Queens and 
Escorts 



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Sharese Bowen 

Miss Financial Management Association 
Howard Campbell 




Miss French Club 

Michael McMillian 




Tiffany Scales 

Miss FAEA 
Eddie Staple 




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Terrica Usher 

Miss Georgia Aggie Club 
Garrick Petty 



Dana Valdes 

Miss Greensboro Regional Aggie Club 
Seth Byers 




Jennifer Gamer 

Miss Grove Phi Grove Black & White 
Martin Langston 




LaShonna D. Ford 

Miss Holt Hall 
Arrick Cox 



Queens and 
Escorts 




QueRon M. Hildreth 

Miss Grove Phi Grove 
O'Brian Hall 




Rhonda L. Bethell 

Miss International Student Association 
Warren Moxey 




Andrea Harris 

Miss Holland Hall 
Seth J. Bennett 




Laron Bond 

Miss Institute of Industrial Engineers 
Glenn Hames 




Laresa Thompson 

Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 
John Da\'id 



Queens and 
Escorts 




Tiffany R. Clinkscale 

Miss Mens Council 
Gregory- Bush 




Miss Midwest Aggie Club 
Corev Curties 




Avis Woods 

Miss Mo-Del Unique 
Duane Reid 





Cynthia Parker 

Miss Moi-rison Hall 
Keith Brj'ant 



Tara S. Taylor 

Miss Morrow Hall 
Nolan Cheek 




Michelle Cooper 

Miss National Association of Industrial 
Technology 
Larry Latta 



Queens and 
Escorts 





Trinette Gibbs 

Miss Network 90' 
Greg Williams 



Cheryl Y. Fisher 

Miss National Society of Black Engineers 
Willie Kea 




Nicole Thomas 

New Generation Ministries 
Boris Leath 




Niambi Daniels 

Miss NY/NJ Connection 
Henry Austin 




Ivory Creecy 

Miss North Hampton/Halifax Aggie CI 
Rodney Garner 




Yolanda D. Bums 

liss NCA&T Fellowship Gospel Choir 
John C. Miller 



Queens and 
Escorts 





Erickia McCallum 

Miss Open A-R-M-S 
Troy Elbert 



Twanjua L. Gentry 

Miss NC Council of Teachers of Mathematics 
DeMon Wiggins 




Dawn N. Ramsenr 

Miss Palmetto Aggie Club 
James Barber 





Patrice Holt 

Miss Pan-Hellenic Council 
Torian Pi-iestley 



Katrina S. Vemone 

Miss Peer Advisor Leadership 
Anthony Reaves 



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Relcyiah Muhammad 

Miss Phi Beta Sigma 
Reginald Alston 



Queens and 
Escorts 




Nicole L. Sims 

Miss Phi Mu Alpha 
Janathan Caswellas 




India K. Finn 

Miss Philly's Finest 
Kyle Lockley 




Tonya L. Ellison 

Miss Pitt-Greenville Aggie Club 
Winslo Douglas 





Demita Stancil 

Miss Pre-Vet Club 
Alonzo Alston 



Leslie Tukes 

Miss Psi Chi 
Shawyn Newton 




Queens and 
Escorts 



Marcy R. Delk 

Miss Psychology Club 
Daryn R. Gomes 





Latasha N. Boddie 

Miss Rocky Mount Aggie Club 
Chris Haggens 



Anita Walker 

Miss Rho Epsilon 
Michael Watlington 




Tara Dunnigan 

Miss Society of Advancement of 
Management 
David Brown 





Tanuni Pinchback 

Miss Sigma Gamma Rho 
Tyrone demons 



Christina Townsell 

Miss Society of Manufacturing Engineering 
Perry D. Yedman 



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Queens and 
Escorts 



R«nita A. White 

Miss Society of Physics Students 
Nigel W. Allen 





Yvette Edwards 

Miss Spanish Club 
Brian Bidding 



Jeanne Smith 

Miss Social Work 
Kebie Wilkins 




Tosha Thorne 

Miss Student Union Advisory Board 
Michael Bernard 





Kisha Cunningham 

Miss Technology Education Collegiate Association 
PhiUip Noble 



Patricia Hall-Stephens 

Miss Teloca (Nursing Department; 
Harry Draughn, Jr. 



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Natalie Branch 

Miss Transportation Club 
Robert Duckworth 




Queens and 
Escorts 




Carissa A. Graves 

Miss University Police 
John Green 





Angelia Clinton 

Miss University Choir 
Daniel Andrews 




Ingram C. Land 




Latandar T. Vance 


Miss Vanstory 




Miss Winston-Salem Aggie Club 


Sam R. Sheff 


Akilah Lowery 

Miss Virginia Aggie Club 
Gerald Walden 


Ron C. Lewis 



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Carta R. Gibbs 

Miss Women Council 
Dexter Vaughn 




Queens and 
Escorts 




Tiffini S. Davis 

Miss Zeta Phi Beta 
Jeff Joyner 







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A&T ... A Unique University 



The advice of the faculty is always designed to guide us in 
the right direction as we work to meet the challenges that 
await us. 




making up the family at A&T ... you will find a unique style, 
"here is never an uncertainty that class will be held and testing 
/ill be administered always. 



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Drug Awareness 




Mike Helms, Keynote Speaker Answered many questions for students 






Tammy Dixon, Program Coordinator of the Drug 
Awareness Activities 




Members of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity participate in 
step shrfw. 



Members of SUAB actively involved in stamping out drug addictions. 



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Drug Awareness Activities 




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Students Taking A Stand 



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Students have given constant active cooper-, 
ation through its officers and members. So! 
many have shared in the development of 
decisions for academic and social improve-' 
ments. 



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Focus On Competition 



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tant role in all of our lives ... 
whether it's sports or everyday 
:ontacts with peers. Funda- 
mental skills, rules, etiquette, 
knd strategies are needed. 




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Educational Pursuits 



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Expression of Excellence 




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Roll Calling Again! Attend Classes ... 

At the beginning of each class and usually just prior to the closing, roll calling gets an "A." It serves for accuracy. Better attend class 
... you hear! 



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nembers help students move toward academic goals. There is a diversity among students and diversity of educational back- 
n-ounds. 



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A Part Of The Aggie Family 




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Basketball Team 




Brian Seagraves 
Mitch Bristow 



Anthony Jones 
John Flovd 



Jamaine Wilhams 
Kevin Chamberlain 




Wallace Corker 
Dwa\Tie Forte 



Kenny O'Neal 
Charles Jackson 



Jason Moore 
Thomas Gamer 




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Phillip Allen 
Darryl Cheeley 




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Aggie Basketball Action 





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Back-To-Back Teamwork 




Women's Basketball Team 




Dribble And Shoot . 





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Bpsketball Competition ... Never limited! 










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Ladies Aggie Basketball 




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N. C. A. & T. State University Bowling Team 




Mr. Vemell Stallings 
Coach 




Ronald Foxx, Donald Foxx, Geofrey Hunter, Lynson Gilstrap, Eric Kearney, Mark Pitillo 



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#1 Champions '92 

I The Aggie bowling teams consist of both male and 
emale bowlers. The bowling season is from October 
"through March, during which time the teams (2) trav- 
i\ extensively throughout the southeastern United 
States: participating in collegiate bowling and compet- 
ing against some of the leading bowlers in the country. 
The teams are coached by Mr. Vemell Stallings who is 
ilso the associate director of the Memorial Student 
jJnion. 





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William "Bill" Hayes 
Head Coach 



Now entering his fifth season as head coach at North Carolina A&T, Hayes 
has successfully engineered the reconstruction of the school's football progi-am 
and has helped pave the way for what many regard as a very bright future on 
the Aggie gridiron. Underlining Hayes' accomplishments at A&T is the fact 
that he's revived the school's football tradition in the right manner - through 
consistently strong recruiting efforts that include not only talented players but 
quality students. 

Presented the challenge of rebuilding A&T's program in 1988, Hayes, in his 
third year, was named Sheridam Broadcasting Network Coach of the Year after 
leading his team to a 9-2 season and the first winning season since 1986. The 
Aggies finished second since 1986. The Aggies finished second in the MEAC 
after being picked to finish sixth. Last season the Aggies again finished 9-2 in 
the regular season and represented the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 
(MEAC) in the Alamo Heritage Bowl against the Southwestern Athletic Con- 
ference champs, Alabama State. Along with a share of the MEAC title, Hayes 
was selected as the conference coach of the year. 





Robert Pulliam 
Assistant Head Coach and Defensive Line 



John S. Eder 
Quarterbacks/Receivers 



Linwood Ferguson 
Defensive Coordinator 




Joseph Godette 
Offensive Coordinator 



Kenneth A. Phillips 
Linebackers 



Ralph Brown 
Defensive Secondary 



Mark Saunders 
Running Backs 



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Football Excellence 




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Football And Spectators 





One underlying goal for the Football Coaches and Team is to 
entertain spectators by playing the best game ever. Each 
game is different. Spectators are different. They come in 
large numbers to fill Aggie Stadium and offer the best sup- 
port ever. 




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Intramural Sports 
And Activities 




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Intramural Sports and Other 

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Relaxing While 

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North Carolina A&T Karate Dojo - Self Defense 



Wisdom, Expertise, and 
Tenacity culminate here, 
with the Brother Team of 
Head Instructors, Dr. 
Gilbert Casterlow, Jr. and 
Samuel Casterlow. 



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A&T's two newest BLACK BELTS shorten the 
generation gap with Stephen Webb c/o '92; Chem- 
istry and U.S. Army Major Earl Bacoat c/o '78; 
Animal Science. 




The back to the face can be taken as positive reinforcement, to 
keep your guard up! 



Super Foot's Roundhouse Kick , 



... or hook kick serves as 
powerful weapons helping 
him earn the title of "sport 
karate's competitor of the 
year 1992" 




The female component is ever 
present as seen with Dawn's 
deterring this would be attack- 
er and with the presence of two 
females in A&T's karate dojo's 
instructional staff. 



Meditation begins and ends every class. Students must be focused during and after class. 



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THE TWENTY-FIRST 

SPORTS HALL OF FAME 
BANQUET/ENSHRINEMENT 

CEREMONY 




NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY 

SPORTS HALL OF FAMERS 
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, INC. 
GREENSBORO, NC 

SHERATON GREENSBORO HOTEL 
GOVERNOR'S ROOM 

Saturday Evening, Twenty-First of November 
Nineteen Hundred and Ninety-Two 

7:00 p.m. 



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Time To Break 




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A New Beginning 






The New Transition 





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Special Events 



Terrific Hours 
Attention! 



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GOVERNMENTAL 




Always Available 




Calling Home ... Money! Money! Money! 

Hats Off To Parents 




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Students enjoy many aspects of student life. Leadership and 
fellowship in the out of doors program is adventurous, chal- 
lenging and fun. All these foci are pointing to quality with 
pride! 



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A Touch Of Class 



In every instance, the task of 
bringing a cross section of Aggies 
together represents A Touch of Class 
in the final analysis. Programs on a 
daily basis establish satisfying per- 
sonal relationships and prestige. 
These seem most successful when 
developed under leadership which is 
sensitive both to academic demands 
and to informal and formal human 
relations. 



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yiews And Viewpoints 

Dr. Sullivan A. Welborne, Jr., Vice Chancel- 
lor for Student Affairs attends a Recruit- 
ment Reception. Both High School Students 
and Counselors attended. In an effort to 
challenge students more strictly on educa- 
tional, intellectual, and social standards, an 
Orientation is held at the beginning of the 
academic year and during the summer. 
Selective procedures for admission is a con- 
tinued process. 

A Breath Of Change 

There is reason for hope in the developments of a 
breath of change. Cultivation of college life has certain- 
ly been a deep rooted educative experience. More and 
more, we see the college as a quality community. 




Talking It Over 
The Decision 



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North Carolina Agricultural and Technical 

State University 

Leadership Luncheon 

Sponsored By The Student Government Association 

Erica Smith, President 

F. A. Williams Cafeteria/Commons Area 






"Leadership Styles 
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92' LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 
- Programme- 

Theron McConneyhead, Presiding 
Vice- President, External AKalrs 
Student Government Association 

Welcome 
Alicia P. Smith 
Vice- President, Internal Affairs, SGA 

Invocation 
Mingo Long 
Actor, Richard B. Harrison Players 



LUNCHEON 

Introduction of First Presentor 

Herman Dixon 
Student Government Association 



Speaker 
Bennle Brewlngton, III 
Student Leader 

Selection 
Christopher Sutton 
Chaplain, Football Team 

Introduction of Second Presentor 
Tremayne J. Taylor 
President, Freshman Class 

Speaker 
Amon X 
Student Leader 

Selection 
Virginia Williams 
Lead Vocalist, Gospel Choir 

Introduction of Third Presentor 
Machelle Cato 
Miss A&T 

Speaker 
Deldre Smith 
Student Leader 

Remarks 
Dr. James Sibert 
Associate Vice- Chancellor 
for Student Affairs 

Announcements 
Mondrivla James 
Secretary, SGA 

Benediction 
Rodney L. Boone, Attorney General 



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Always Focus 
Attention to the 
Needs of Others! 



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Eye Catching ... 




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Will The Real Aggie ... Please Stand Up? 




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Brand New ... The Beginning 



We Adore It! 




Going off to school has been exciting. It's our 
first time having to purchase food and clothing 
with our own personal funds on a daily, weekly, 
monthly and yearly basis. Most of the time, we 
do spend wisely. Dr. Simmons, (Right) explains 
educational and financial goals 



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Miss Gospel Choir 
1992-93 




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Balancing The Day's Events 




The schedule of balancing extends from waking hours to 12:00 midnight or all 
night, whichever arrives first. When studying ... "It's Too Legit: To Legit To Quit." 




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Dare To Dream 




Among the pros! Congratulations ... Remain 
£in Aggie at heart 



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Good News 




There is a substantial probability that previous gains in increased classroom attendance is due to 
studying before eating, sleeping, dating, singing, etc. Faculty support is tremendous. 



To graduate in four years. A&T will grow on you. 
Everyday, we get closer and closer to graduation. Only a 
few months away. 



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Aggie Born! 



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This is an era of innovations ... No longer can we remain in our own domain and 
expec,t growth. You grow ... We grow! We are aggie born together. 



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Among Students In 

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Who's Who Among Students In 
American Universities And Colleges 






Jimetria Benson 



Michael P. Bernard 



Kenya L. Beyah 






Bruce Blackburn 



Philippe Bou-Saba 



Gia Broadnax 






Kimberly Bronner 



Christopher Brooks 



Karen Bullock 



Who's Who Among Students In 
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Amelia Byrd 



Wanda Y. Gary 





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Cheryl Y. Fisher 



Monica Foust 



Gloria Frederick 



Who's Who Among Students In 
American Universities And Colleges 






Kenneth Free, Jr. 



James Prison 



Carson D. Funderburk 






Christopher D. Geiger 



Susan M. Gilham 



Bantee Hall 




Hope Harley 





Adalynn E. Harris 



Who's Who Among Students In 
American Universities And Colleges 






Devintia Headen 



Angela C. Ireland 



Tiffany Johnson 






Melanie L. MacDonald 



Paulette McCoy 





Sonja Mills 



LaTishia Mitchener 






Who's Who Among Students In 
American Universities And Colleges 




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Sharita Mizell 



Jaynitah L. Peacock 



Fernanda Perry 





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Kimberly M. Ray 



Larry C. Russell, Jr. 



Gactjens Hilaire-Saint 





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Corey Sexton 



Nikki S. Smith 



Joseph Soloman 



Who's Who Among Students In 
American Universities And Colleges 






Tonya Stancil 



Shannah Stephens 



Cynthia L. Tilghman 





Jenean White 





Jena WilHams 




NaRaye WilHams 



Stacey Williams 



Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges 



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Michael Artis 
Jimetria Bernard 
Kenya Beyah 
Bruce Blackburn 
Philippe Bou-Saba 
Gia Broadnax 
Kimberly Bronner 
Tommie Brooks 
Ann Brown 
James Brown 
Karen Bullock 
Angela Butler 
Almelia Byrd 
Wanda Gary 
Lemuel Chance 
Howard Casterlow 
Tara Cole 

Thomas Connors, Jr. 
Lesley Exum 
Tiffany Eubanks 
Cheryl Fisher 
Monica Foust 
Gloria Frederick 
Kenneth Free, Jr. 





ANDREA YOUNG 

James Frison 
Carson Dunderburk 
Christopher Geiger 
Jill Getgen 
Ann Gibson 
Susan Gilliam 
Bantee Hall 
Johnny Hardister 
Hope Harley 
Ti-amell Harper 
Adalynn Harris 
Devintia Headen 
Angela Ireland 
Tiffany Johnson 
Roslyn Jones 
Staci Kyle 
Michael McCormick 
Paulette McCoy 
Charlene McDonald 
Melanie MacDonald 
Tracie McPhatter 
LaTishia Mitchener 
Sonja Mills 
Yvette Mitchell 



Sharita Mizell 
Jaynitah Peacock 
Linwood Peele 
Fernanda Perry 
Kimberly Ray 
Larry Russell, Jr. 
Gactjens Saint-Hilaire 
Melony Scott 
Corey Sexton 
Nikki Smith 
Joseph Soloman, Jr. 
Tonya Standi 
Shannah Stephens 
Cynthia Tilghman 
Maurice Tyler 
Jenean White 
Jena Williams 
NaRaye Williams 
Stacey Williamson 
Woodrow Winchester, III 
Cheryl Yarbrough 
Andrea Young 



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Student Government Association 
1993 Leadership Banquet 




Theron D. McConneyhead 
Coordinator 



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Students Attending A Leadership Banquet 




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Staff and 
Students 
Working 
Together 




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With the 

Correct 

Combination! 




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Keeping The Dream Alive! 




Reverend Benjamin Chavis 
Civil Rights Activist 



Afro-American 
History Committee 




Student Government 
Association 



Executive Board actively participates in the convocation 
keeping the dream alive. 




Erica Smith, President of SGA, 
powerful, charming and is a born 
leader. She has things under con- 
trol! 



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Student Government Association 



NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL 
STATE UNIVERSITY 

Greensboro 



"LIVING THE DREAM: LET FREEDOM RING!" 

(Ending The Violence Of Poverty, World Hunger, Apartheid, 

And Terrorism Through Creative Non- Violent Action.) 




Say that I 

was a Drum Major 

JOr justice* . . Martin Luther King, Jr. — 1968 



Convocation 

Honoring 

The Late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Friday, January 15, 1993 

Richard B. Harrison Auditorium 

7:00 P.M. 



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EDWARD B. FORT 

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NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL 
STATE UNIVERSITY 

GREENSBORO 

27411 

(919) 334-79W 



GREETINGS: 

Each year it is a pleasure for the North Carolina A&T State 
University family to pause to recognize and honor the memory of 
the late distinguished Astronaut and American hero, Dr. Ronald E. 
McNair. As one of this University's outstanding sons and role models, 
his passing in 1986 left a void in our lives but the memories of the 
superb quality of his life remain as a tremendous inspiration and 
challenge for us all. 



Dr. Ronald E. McNair represented the best as a product of this 
world-class University and this nation. He manifested an unquench- 
able thirst for excellence and achievement, and settled for nothing 
less than the best in the accomplishment of his own personal goals. 
He was no mere dreamer because Dr. McNair's boyhood dreams were, 
in reality, visions of what this remarkable human being was, 
ultimately, to accomplish. 

The legacy of Dr. McNair provides each of us with a continued 
commitment to the principles to which he espoused, i.e. human 
brotherhood, justice, and perseverance. His ultimate concern was for 
students and his family and he left to each a legacy of unexcelled 
excellence. 

As we assemble here today, we thank God for sharing this 
magnificent individual with us and for permitting us to experience 
his love and concern for his campus and his nation. 



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Sincerely, 



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Edward B. Fort 
Chancellor 




An Equal Opportunity I Affirmative Action Employer 
A Constituent Institution of THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



North Carolina 

Agricultural And 

Technical State University 

Greensboro 



The Seventh Undergraduate 
Pan Hellenic Summit 




Dr. Mary Shy Scott 

Supreme Basileus 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 



Greek-Lettered 
Organizations 



Sponsored By: The Division of Student Affairs 



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A Brief Synopsis of 
The Pan Hellenic Summit 

Since the inception of the undergraduate Pan-Hellenic Sum- 
mit in 1986, the Division of Student Affairs at North Carolina 
Agricultural and Technical State University has annually 
sponsored this program on the university campus. The Sum- 
mit provides an opportunity for regional directors, national 
officers, advisors, and undergraduates to intentional focus and 
direct attention to the real purposes and principles of the eight 
Greek letter Organizations. The Summit also serves as a major 
vehicle for fostering teamwork, collaboration and net-working 
between organizations involved. Namely, these organizations 
are Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Inc., Delta Sigma Theta 
Sorority, Inc. , Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. . Kappa Alpha 
Psi Fraternity, Inc.. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. Inc.. Phi 
Beta Sigma Fraternity. Inc. , Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 

OBJECTIVES 

1. To deepen and strengthen the commitment to collaborate, 
respect and support all similar organizations in the manner 
employed by the national and regional presidents of these 
organizations. 

2. To provide direction for and give attention to the Greek- 
letter organizations as they relate to the real purposes of the 
eight organizations ~ scholarship and service rather than 
mistreatment of human beings who seek to acquire 
membership. 

3. To assist students in their development and potential for 
broad and comprehensive mvoivement at the national and 
regional levels. 

4. To inspire the research approach to better understand the 
psychological and sociological drives which cause students 
to haze prospective members in spite of the fact that these 
acts violate organization constitutions, university regula- 
tions and state laws. 



Workshops and 
Seminars 



Panel Discussions 



Private Mini-Sessions 



Luncheon 



Reaffirmation 

Of Committee 

And Future Growth 




COMMITTEE MEMBERS: 

Donnie Alston, Dorothy I. Bailey, Linda Bowling, Tammy Dixon, Tyrone Stanley, Bantee Hall, John David, Donovan ffirkland, 
Jocelyn Foy, Carson Funderburk, Henry Goldston, Doris L. Graham, Wilmark Harris, Patrice Holt, Damon Johnson, Janice 
Nichols, Torian Priestly, Rubye Reid, Drennan Rhyne, Florine Stafford, Marva Watlington, Kenneth White, Joseph Whittaker, Sul- 
livan A. Welbome, Jr., Ex Officio, Dorothy J. Harris, Chairperson, Program Chairperson; Doris Graham. 



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The Annual 
Dinner Theatre 

Sponsored By the Student Government Association 
and Afro American History Committee 



The Depot ...A Play 

In One Act 
Cast of Characters 

Sky 
Early Twenties 



Jim 
Mid-Thirties 

Elliot Billups 
Late Twenties 

Gentleman 
From Up North 

Old Man 
Fallen At The Hands Of Others 



North Carolina Agricultural and Technical 

State University 

February 23, 1993 

7:00 P.M. 

Memorial Student Union Ballroom 



Play Writer: Theron Dealo McConneyhead 



Special Events During the Year 






Paul Robeson 
Players 





"A New Era In Action" 







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Student Life . . . The 
Beginning With Quahty 




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Speaking of a turn around, this is quality at it's best! The capability of organizational activities 
greatly enhances the ability to produce wholesome fellowships. 



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DISCUSSES THE STRATEGY FOR A SUC 
CESSFUL RECRUITMENT RECEPTIO^ 
WITH TEAM MEMBER. 



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Campus Mail Center 





KEITH MISSES OUT ON THE 
GROUP PICTURE, 



MR. JOHN HEADEN 
DIRECTOR 




MR. JOHN HEADEN TAKES TIME OUT TO POSE WITH STAFF, 
MARJORIE. THE SECRETARY, DEBRA. AND ANTHONY. 



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Constance Archie 
Foreign Languages 



Elvenor Botwe 
Purchasing 



Supportive 



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Margie Bowe 
Financial Aid 




Peggy Brooks 
Registrar's Office 







Doris Bowman 
Academic Affairs 





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Annie Caldwell 
Personnel Services 



Wilma Clark 





Virginia Brovro 
Personnel Services 




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Laverne Carter 
Accounting 



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Bonita Cathey 
Computer Center 



Brenda Cathey 
Registrar's Office 



Andrea Davis 
Budget Office 






Earla Dorsett 
Registrar's Office 



Bobbie Fox 
Arts & Sciences 



Norbra Eaddy 
Physical Education 





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School of Education 



Patricia Hughes 
Educational Television Studio 



Helen Haynes 
Housing Research 




Brenda Hedrick 
Purchasing 



Juanita Johnson 
Student Health Services 



Patricia Jenkins 
Admissions 




Deborah Livingston 
Registrar's Office 



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Helen Jones 
Athletics 




Marlynn Jones 
Athletics 



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staff 




Wanda Meekins 
Financial Aid 



Micheie Mittman 
Registrar's Office 



Doris Mosely 
Student Health Services 




Joyce Maddox 
Treasurer's OfRce 



Doris Paige 
Physical Education 



Gloria Palma 
Physical Education 





Caroh-n Ruff 
Development & University Relations 



Annie Purcell 
Student Developnient 



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Supportive Staff 




Claudelia H. Scott 
Administrative Affairs 



Linda Smith 
Admissions Office 



Audrey Thornton 
Alumni Affairs 




June Thompson 
Treasurer's Office 



Rosalyn Watson 





Bonita Winbome 
Speech Comraunications 



Amcatha Watson 
Treasurer's Office 



Maiy Westmoreland 



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Student Development 



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Supportive Staff 




Sylvia Bull 
Chancellor's Office 



Lynn Clay 
Student Health Services 



Carolyn Crosson 
Student Affairs 





Sharon Johnson 
Student Affairs 



Henrietta Largent 
Student Affairs 



Barbara Miller 
Nursing 





Debbie Lindsay 
Student Affairs 



Beverly McLeod 
Graduate Studies 



Grade Potts 
International Student Affairs 



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Supportive 




Gail Barger 
Student Affairs 



Evelyn Gales 
Purchasing 



Alice Monroe 
Speech & Theatre Arts 




Sandra Cook 
Art Department 



Jacqueline McMillian 
University Foundation 



Ernestine Rankin 
Veterans Affairs 






Vicki Fairbanks 
Accounts Payable 




John Garrett 
Accounts Payable 



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staff 





Donna Bass 
Accounting 



Nancy Cuthrell 
Psychology 



Rita Headen 
Property Management 




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University Relations 



Peggy Smith 
Music Department 





Delores Thompson 
Engineering 



Gail Washington 
Community Relations 



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Major Donald Lindsay 



Officer Lenora Lee 






Lt. L. M. Bopp 



Officer Pamela Feaster-Allen 




Lt. F. A. Ruffin and Patrolman D. L. Combs 



Mr. Joseph Daughtry 
Director 




Mr. J. O. Williams 
Chief of Police 



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Major Gloria Graves 



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L-R: Tonya Wall (RA), Ubani Eni, (RA) Ms. Kitty Maddox, Director, Ms. 
Angela Evans, Assistant Director, Tonya Cameron (RA) 



Mrs. Queen Bannerman "^®- 
Personnel Services 



Alicia Devane ,( 
Housing 



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Mr. Thomas Jefferson 
Personnel Services 




Mrs. Audrey Riddick 
Budget Office 




Mr. Moses Kamara 
Housing 




Mr. Ronald Tate 
Housing 




Mr. Frederick Stocks 
Housing 




Mr. James Toon 
Housing 




Mrs. Judy Rashid 
Housing 




Mrs. Addie Widemon 
Housing 




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Computer Center 




Mrs. Ethel M. Chiles, 
Computer Operator 



Mrs. Carolyn Wright 
Secretary 



Mr. Larry Hardy 
Computer Operator 





Mrs. Gloria Dyson 
Computer Operator 



Mrs. Cislyn Gayle 
Computer Operator 



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The Mattie Reed Heritage Center 



Dr. Francis Equaroje 
Curator 



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Mrs. Conchita Ndege 
Director 




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Career Services 




Mr. Leon Warren 
Assistant Vice Chancellor For Career Services 



Joyce Edwards 
Assistant Director 




Brenda McGibboney 
Secretary 



Yvonne Foust 
Scheduler 



Idella Jones 
Secretary 



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Physical Plant Staff 



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Don House 
Skill Trades Superintendent 



Mary Barbee - Superintendent of University Douglas Boone 

Housekeeping and Administrator Physical Plant Grounds Superintenden< 




Claudia Scott, Joyce Byrd, Addie Andrews, Marion Davis, LaFreda McKie, Sabrena Harris. Blondie Graham. Regina Harrison 



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Physical Plant Staff 




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Physical Plant Staff 



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Shaw's Staff Serving Students 




261 



Shaw Food Services 



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' Director 






Mrs. Ramona Hall 
Banquet Coordinator 



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Student Support Services 



Rubye Reid 

Director, Ron E. McNair 

Achievement Program 



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Kay Harris 
Counselor 



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Melinda Patrice 
Tutorial Coordinator 



Barbara Marshall 
Secretary 



Patricia Donnell 
Secretary 



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Bluford Library 




The new University Library was occupied in June, 
1991. The facihty retains the name of the old Library - 
The Ferdinand D. Bluford Library named for the fifth 
President of the University. The four level building con- 
tains 153,428 square feet and will house more than 
600,000 volumes. 

The current holdings include more than 365,288 bound 
volumes, 1,804 serial subscriptions, and, as a select depos- 
itory in North Carolina for United States government doc- 
uments, the library contains a collection of over 194,000 
official government publications. Other holdings include a 
superior collection in films, microforms and other audio 
visuals. The library maintains special collections in 
Archives, Black Studies, Teacher Educational Matei'ials, 
and a Chemistry collection located in the Chemistry 
Department in Hines Hall on the campus. 



Special services are provided through a foi'mal and informal computerized literature search- 
ing, Interlibrary loans, and public access photocopiers. During the academic year the library is 
open ninety-two hours each week. 



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HOUSING AND RESIDENCE LIFE/AREA 

COORDINATORS 





MS. MAVIS BRIMAGE 
AREA COORDINATOR 



MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS 
DIRECTOR 



MRS. IRENE OLIVER 
PROCESSING 



RESIDENCE HALL STAFF ROSTER 



Mr. James Toon 
Mr. Frederick Stocks 
Mrs. Judy Rashid 
Mrs. Addie Widemon 
Ms. Alicia Devane 



Mr. Moses Kamara 
Mr. Ronnie Tate 
Ms. Kitty Maddox 
Ms. Linda Inman 



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MR. JAMES WHITE 
AREA COORDINATOR 




MRS. PAULA HARRINGTON 
BUSINESS MANAGER 




MS. ELFRIDA MENSAH 
SECRETARY 



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MEMORIAL UNION STAFF 
STUDENT CENTER 




MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG 
DIRECTOR 




MR. VERNELL STALLINGS 
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 




MR. ELWOOD EDWARDS 
GAMES SUPER\nSOR 





MR. CLYDE BOWDEN 
GAMES SUPERVISOR 





MR. MILHFORD 

MARSHALL 
PROGRAMMING 




MRS. GRACIE FINLEY 
SECRETARY 



MRS. FAYE CAPLE 
SECRETARY 



MRS. PATRICK MILLER 
RECEPTIONIST 




MRS. HELEN WALDRUM 

HOUSEKEEPING 

SUPERVISOR 




MR. ALONZO RUCKER 




MR. FRED ROBERTSON 




MR. GEORGE CARTER 



Quality With Excellence 



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Don Corbett 
Head Basketball Coach 




Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic 

Association Champions 
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 

Champions 
NCAA Division II Playoffs 
NCAA Division I Playoffs 

Lincoln University 8 Years 
1971-72 to 78-79/ 159-59 (.730) 
North Carolina A&T 12 Years 
1979-80 to Present / 222-123 (.650) 



Charles Howard 
Assistant Basketball Coach 




Coach Corbett has been voted "Coach of the Year" 
for six seasons, another milestone in the annuals of 
North Carolina A&T and the MEAC. He also has put 
together six seasons with 20 or more victories. 



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Counseling Services 




Mrs. Gladys Corbett 
Secretary 



Mrs. Marva Watlington 
Counselor 



Mrs. Carlotta Baker 
Counselor 




Mrs. Chelsea Powell 
.Coordinator for Minority Student Affairs 



Mr. Kenneth WTiite 
Counselor 



Ms. Tammy Dixon 
Counselor 



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School of Business 
Economics Club 




Robert Duckworth, President Drs. Nasir Assar and Greg Prive Advisers. 



The chapter's purpose is to develop the interest of economics students; to serve 
as a network for information, and support for one another. The Chairperson of the 
Department of Economics is Dr. Michael Simmons. 



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School Of Business Toastmasters Club 






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Special Instructions 









Tips to Improve Quality 




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BETA ALPHA PSI 




William Ragin, Shandi Barksdale, Devin Waller Pnncess Parmer, Cynthia Brown, Shaeon 
Vanlue, Edward Coleman, Kim Johnson, Kernedine Bishop, Simone Joyner, Denise Johnson, 
Chrishaun Yarborough, Kia Butler, Rosalyn Frazier, Dezrael Davis, Chanti Mason, Ethel 
Gardner, Trulinda Britt, Shavonne Harrison, Donna Black, Dr. Highsmith-Quick 




Officers 



Devin Waller, President 
Ethel Gardner, 

1st Vice President 
Cynthia Brown, 

2nd Vice President 
Trulinda Britt, Treasurer 
Chanti Mason, 

Reporting Secretary 
Denise Johnson, 

Corresponding Secretary 
Dr. Highsmith-Qukck, 

Faculty advisor 



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PERSHING RIFLES 
ARMY ROTC 




The program is designed to provide an understanding of the fundamental concepts and princi- 
ples of military art and science and to develop leadership and managerial potential in the student. 
A strong sense of personal integrity, honor, and individual responsibility, and an appreciation of 
the requirements for national security are instilled in all students. Attainment of these objectives 
will prepare students for commissioning and will establish a sound basis for their future profes- 
sional development and effective performance in the army or civilian life. 



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OFFICERS 



Dierdra Smith 
President 

Ricky Jackson 
Adviser 



Our goal is to form a 
strong network comprised of 
New York and New Jersey 
residents. We will function 
as a tool and incentive to 
graduate together from 
North Carolina A&T State 
University. Providing a peer 
group for fellow students of 
the Tri-State area. 




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Beta Gamma Sigma 




Officers for Beta Gamma Sigma, the national scholastic honor society for The 
School of Business and Economics: L-R: Mrs. Laura Perry, Faculty Advisor, 
Simone Joyner, Miss Beta Gamma Sigma, Monica Foust, President, 
Chrishaiin Yarborough, Vice President 




National scholastic honor society for The School of Business and Economics 



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ASSOCIATION 



THE 

CORONATION 

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OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL 

STUDENT AFFAIRS 

MRS. SHARON MARTIN, ADVISER. 



ACTIVITIES OF 
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 




NEW GENERATION CAMPUS MINISTRIES 






Boris Leath serves as president and Mr. 
William Parker, adviser. Our goal is to pro- 
vide a sound biblical foundation for the stu- 
dents by helping them pursue God's destiny 
for their lives through instruction and 
teaching. The ultimate goal of new genera- 
tion is to discipline strong Christian leaders 
to impact this generation for Jesus. 



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Student Life 



A NUMBER OF SOCIAL EVENTS ARE ENJOYED BY STUDENTS APPROVED 
SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS DO NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE 
CREED, COLOR, RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE OR 
HANDICAP IN ANY ASPECT OF THEIR FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS. The extra- 
class activities in addition to the regular instructional progi-am, allowed for a well-round- 
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as Miss A&T, is a 
title I use to empow- 
er myself as forerun- 
ner, and, an orator 
on a mission advo- 
cating unity and 
positivity. Proudly 
representing this 
institution is an 
endorsement of my 
AGGIE PRIDE, 
where I can pay 
homage to those who 
have historically 
paved the way for 
me. 






Aggies, have a wonderful HOMECOMING. I 
will continue to create an environment that sets 
no limit on what we can pursue, achieve or pro- 
duce in this "NEW ERA IN ACTION." I love you 
dearly. TO THE FOOTBALL COACHES AND 
TEAM, LET'S BEAT "EM" UP! 



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The coronation of Miss A&T is well attended. There is no uncertainty in the minds of 
Miss A&T, court and class queens that this is indeed "A New Era In Action." 




Coronation interests of organizational queens and escorts were discov- It is now time for us to be recognized. Keep smiling 
ered at every rehearsal to the night of the coronation. until we are introduced. Don't worry, I'll get my coat 

on right quick! 



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Congratulations 

Organizational 

Queens & 

Escorts 





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Leading Toward Quality Home' 



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In the midst of homecoming, the students try to maintain a moving 
balance among the many activities and a direction of the whole 
week's goals. You must be involved in the homecoming events to 
understand with a full comprehension of this realistic celebration. 




coming 




The Cato family enjoys the coro- 
nation of their daughter. They 
quickly observed that everything 
happens at once and everything 
is related to everything else dur- 
ing the celebration of homecom- 
ing. 



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Homecoming ... 
Parade of Stars 





For the first time, queens and escorts presented Miss A&T 
with a gift. Machelle Cato's personaUty will draw you closer 
and closer. She loves spending time with all students. We love 
your dress and cake Machelle. Both are out of sight! Stay 
sweet always Machelle. 



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Sponsored By 

Student Government Association 
'Step Aside ... For It's Aggie Pride 



Greetings, on behalf of the Executive 
Board of the Student Government 
Association and the entire Student Body 
it represents. 

To the Alumni, I bid you a very warm 
and hearty "WELCOME HOME." To all 
friends and visitors, I extend to you a 
special invitation to join the AGGIE 
FAMILY in our 1992 Halloween 
Homecoming Celebration. 

As we approach our festivities with great 
zeal, we pause to reflect on North 
Carolina Agricultural and Technical 
State University's "One hundred years of 
Existence ... her century of Excellence." 
Our past has laid an enriched foundation 
that enables us to move into "A NEW 
ERA IN ACTION." This New Era In 
Action is more than a homecoming 
theme. It symbohzes our "NEW BEGIN- 
NING" as well as the fervor in which we 
enter the New Era. Indeed, we are the 
AGGIE GENERATION" that commands 
all others to "STEP ASIDE ... FOR IT'S 
AGGIE PRIDE!" 

...AGGIE PRIDE-rejuvenated, reborn, 
revived Displayed in our political stride! 
... AGGIE PRIDE-aggressive, achieving, 
allied Displayed by every alumnus 
"worldwide" AGGIE PRIDE-regal, 
revered, renown Displayed by Beauty, 
who wears our crown! 

Our Queen, the epitome of AGGIE 
PRIDE, Miss Machelle Cato. Congrat- 
ulations and God Bless, as we celebrate 
your reigning success. 

Erica D. Smith, President 
Student Government Association 



Saturday, October 31, 1992 

Corbett Sports Center 

8:00 P.M. 

Di&mond Life Concerts: Promoter 



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Homecoming: It speaks for itself!! It is a 
time of jubilee! For there is no other 
activity or program where more than 
twenty-thousand friends and alumni 
gather on the fertile soils of A&T to cele- 
brate in such a momentous occasion. The 
homecoming committee has planned and 
executed, with great proficiency, pro- 
grams and activities that will place this 
post-centennial event at the helm of its 
predecessors. This compilation affords 
me the chance to have a hands-on experi- 
ence in one of the most fruitful and plea- 
surable events of the year. 

It is with adulation and extreme excite- 
ment that I, as vice president of external 
affairs; present to NCA&T State 
University, its alumni and friends, the 
city of Greensboro, and the state of North 
Carolina these week-long activities that 
will add to the renewed vigor and sus- 
tained interest in knowing that you have 
celebrated and participated in the true 
quintessence of an Aggie event! So let the 
exclamation of celebration and all of the 
jubilation begin!! 

Theron D. McConneyhead 





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QUALITY 



The new approach to quahty calls for having 
a way of thinking about higher education that 
will permit students to take account of the 
tremendous amount of new knowledge that is 
appearing, have a frame work that will permit 
them to relate one specialty with another dur- 
ing matriculation and be able to raise new 
sights above the hurly-burly of current prac- 
tices and understand how to relate to complex 
environments. 




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Memorial Dedication 

Student Activities 

Alumni Association 

Index 












Departmental 



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Dr. Richard D. Robbins 

Agricultural Economics 
and Rural Sociology 
School of Agriculture 



Dr. Arthur P. Bell 

Agricultural Education and Extension 
School of Agriculture 




Dr. George A. Johnson 

Animal Science 
School of Agriculture 



Dr. Rosa Purcell 

Acting Director 



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Dr. Godfrey Gayle 

Plant Science and Technology 
School of Agriculture 




Dr. Leroy F. Holmes, Jr. 

Art 
College of Arts and Sciences 




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Dr. Joseph J. Whittaker 

Biology 
College of Arts And Sciences 




Dr. Alex N. Williamson 

Chemistry 
College of Arts And Sciences 





Dr. Jimmy L. Williams 

English 
College of Arts and Sciences 



Dr. Helen G. Disher 

Foreign Languages 
College of Arts And Sciences 



Dr. Peter V. Meyers 

History 
College of Arts And Sciences 



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Chairpersons 




Dr. Wilbur Smith 

Mathematics 
College of Arts And Sciences 



Dr. Clifford E. Watkins 

Music 
College of Arts And Sciences 



Dr. Sekazi K. Mtingwa 

Physics 
College of Arts And Sciences 



Dr. Amarjit Singh 

Political Science 
College of Arts And Sciences 




Dr. Roy Smith 

Psychology 
College of Arts And Sciences 



Dr. Sarah V, Kirk 

Sociology and Social Work 
College of Arts And Sciences 



Dr. Mary M. Tuggle 

Speech Communication 

and Theatre Arts 

College of Arts And Sciences 



Dr. Mark Kiel 

Accounting 
School of Business And Economics 




Dr. Melvin N. Johnson 

Business Administration 
School of Business And Economics 



Dr. Meada Gibbs 

Business Education 

and Administrative Services 
School of Business And Economics 



Dr. Michael Simmons 

Economics 
School of Business And Economics 



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Departmental Chairpersons 



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Dr. Karen D. Guy 

Curriculum and Instruction 
School of Education 



Dr. Henry T. Cameron 

Educational Leadership and Policy 
School of Education 



Dr. Wyatt D. Kirk 

Human Development and Services 
School of Education 



Dr. Deborah J. Callaway 

Health. Physical Education 

and Recreation 

School of Education 




Dr. Aminur R. Chowdhury 

Manufacturing Systems 
School of Technology 



Dr. Robert B. Pyle 

Technology 
School of Technology 




Dr. Walter E. Dukes 

Construction Management and Safety 
School of Technology 



Dr. John Spurlin 

Electronics & Computer Technology 
School of Technology 







Dr. Peter Rojeski, Jr, 

Architectural Engineering 
School of Engineering 



Dr. Franklin G. King 

Chemical Engineering 
School of Engineering 



Dr. Kenneth H. Murray 

Civil Engineering 
School of Engineering 



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CHAIRPERSONS 

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DR. JOSEPH MONROE 

Computer Science 

School of Engineering 



DR. TONY L. MITCHELL 
Electrical Engineering 
School of Engineering 



DR. EUI H. PARK 
Industrial Engineering 
School of Engineering 



DR. WILLIAM J, CRAFT 

Mechanical Engineering 

School of Engineering 




DR. ETHEL F. TAYLOR 

ASSISTANT DEAN 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND 

SCIENCES 




DR. DANNY POGUE 

ASSISTANT DEAN 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND 

ECONOMICS 



DR. RAY DAVIS 

ASSISTANT DEAN 

SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY 



DR. LONNIE SHARPE 

ASSOCL\TE DEAN 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 




DR. JOHN KELLY 

ASSOCIATE DEAN 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 



DR. JANICE BREWINGTON 

ASSISTANT DEAN 

SCHOOL OF NURSING 



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Adminis 



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Mr, Bobby AJdrich 

Director of Purchasing 




Dr. Sandra Alexander 

Freshman Advisement and LAC Director 




Mr. James Armstrong 

Director, Memorial Union 




Ms. Dorothy I. Bailey 

Director of Student Activities 




Mr. Lennie Beamon Ms. Linda Bowling 

Assistant Vice Chancellor For Facilities Director of Sebastian Health Center 



Dr. Robert "Bob" Davis 

Institutional Assessment Director 



Mr. Ralph Brown 

Director of Intramural Sports 





Juanita Murphy 

Director of Alumni Affairs 



Mr. Willie Burden 

Director of Athletics 



Mrs. Katherine Burckley 

Director of Reporting 



Mrs. Carolyn 

Assistant to the 



Caldwell 

Chancellor 



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trators 




Mr. James Collins 

Universitv Treasurer 



Mrs. Dorothy Copeland 

Director of Communitv Relations 



Mrs. Lillian Couch 

Director of Personnel 



Mr. Joseph Daughtrj- 

Director of Police Administration 





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Ms. Alberta Dalton 

Director of Staff Development 



Mrs. Dolores Davis 

Director of Financial Aid 



Mrs. Edith Da\'is 

Director of Pa\Toll 



Mrs. Maxine Davis 

Assistant Vice Chancellor for 
Business and Finance 




Mr. Ronald Gales 

I Director of University Engineering 



Dr. Daniel Godfrey 

Director of Cooperative Extension 



Ms. Doris Graham 

University Registrar 



Mrs. Loreatha Graves 

Acting Director of Cooperative 
Education 



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Dr. Vallie Guthrie 

Director of GAMSEC 



Dr. Dorothy Harris 

Assistant Vice Chancellor 
For Student Development 



Mr. Scott Hummel 

Director of Accounting 



Mr. Andre James 

Director of Auxiliary Services 






Mrs, Paula Jeffries 

Assistant Vice Chancellor 
For Comptroller 



Dr. Lillie King 

Assistant Vice Chancell 
for Development 



Mrs. Sharon Lunsford 

Director of Property Management 



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Mrs. Sharon Martin 

Director of International 
Student Affairs 




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Ms. Lavonne Matthews 

Director of Contracts »& Grants 



Mrs. Mary Mims 

Internal Auditor 



Mr. Charles Mooney 

Director of Sports information 



Dr. Richard E. Moore 

Assistant Vice Chancellor 
for University Relations 



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rators 




Mr. Willie Mooring 

Director of Computer Center 



Ms. Peggy Oliphant 

Director of Veterans 
& Handicapped Student Affairs 



Dr. Charles Panton 

Associate Dean 
of Agricultural Research 



Dr. Barbara L. Saunders 

Director of Student Teaching 
& Internships 




Dr. Lonnie Sharpe Mrs. Christine Shelton 

Assistant Dean, School of Engineering Risk Management and Safety Officer 



Dr. James Sibert 

Associate Vice Chancellor 
of Student Affairs 



Dr. Michael Simmons 

Acting Director, Transportation 




Mr. Jonah Smith 

Budget Officer 



Mr. John Smith 

Director of Admissions 



Dr. Ronald Smith 

Assistant Vice Chancellor 
For Academic AiTairs 



Dr. Jewel Stewart 

Director of Institutional Research 
and Planning 



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Dr. Ethel Taylor 

Assistant Dean - 
College of Arts & Sciences 



Dr. Charles Williams 

Associate Vice Chancellor 
of Academic Affairs 



Ms. Beverly Wallace 

Director of Upward Bound 




Mr. Charlie Williams 

Director of Student Support 
& Special Services 



Mr. Leon Warren 

Assistant Vice Chancell 
of Career Services 




Mr. J. O. Williams 

Chief of Police 



Mr. Marvin Watkins 

Director of Research Administration 




Mr. Joseph Williams 

Director of Housing & Residence Life 




Dr. Robert Wilson 

As.sociate Dean 
of Student Development 
& Director of Counseling 



Mrs. Alene Young 

Director of Library Services 



Mrs. Joyce Johnson 

Director. Transportation 



Mrs. Shirley Turner 

Director of Enrollment Management 



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THE SENSE OF MATCHING SPECIFIC 
GROUPS TO OBJECTIVES AND RESOURCES. 




QUALITY A NEW BEGINNING... calls for cooperative action, rather than individ- 
ual decisions. And yet, usually, not one activity in a hundred goes unnoticed. Hats 
Off to Student Government Association for giving their best throughout the year. 
This was a very enjoyable and productive experience for all. From the outset, mem- 
bers encouraged student not to hinder cooperation, stifle creativity or restrict 
change. 



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Army ROTC 



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Col. Vernon W. Hatley 
Commander 



Major Isaac Bacoat 





Sgt. Carl Fields 



Mr. Augustus McDowell, Sr. 



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Airforce ROTC 




Lt. Col. Ronald Murphy 
Commander 





Sgt. Michael Lathrop 



Captain Anthony Midgett 




Captain Michael Ward 




Sgt. Dennis Martin 



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Memorial Dedication 

For 

Dr. Alfreda Webb 



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Dr. Webb was always ready and willing to do whatever 
was needed in offering assistance to students and did not 
hesitate to volunteer her time to professional, civic, local, 
regional and national organizations. It is beyond question, 
the death of our beloved friend is indeed a great loss to us, 
so we offer this tribute of love and esteem to her memory. 
We extend to her family and friends our deepest sympathy, 
and we thank God for our privilege of having known her. 



WE WILL EVER CHERISH HER 
MEMORY AND EMULATE HER 
ADMIRABLE TRAITS. IT CAN BE 
SAID OF THE A&T FAMILY ... SHE 
TOUCHED US. 



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IN MEMORY 

Of 

1992 

DECEASED 



AGGIE SONS 

AND 
DAUGHTERS 



HOW SWEET IT IS AT EVENING, AFTER A LONG AND 
WELL SPENT DAY, TO CLOSE YOUR EYES IN SLUMBER 
AND REST FROM THE TOIL OF DAY. 

IT IS JUST SO SWEET, AT THE CLOSE OF A WELL 
SPENT LIFE, TO TURN ONE'S FACE TOWARD THE 
SUNSET AND QUIETLY SINK INTO REST THAT KNOWS 
NO WAKENING, EXCEPT IN THE PRESENCE OF GOD. 



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Opportunities To Share . . . Ideas And Experiences AT A&T! 



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Landmarks At A&T ... 







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Keynoting The Future 



It is essential that each of us exert energy and time to examine new 
methods, skills and responsibiUties as we continue to produce quaUty 
programs, a quality education and a commitment to keep Aggie spirit 
and pride flying high. 



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Get Ready For 
A New Beginning 




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Education Is More Than A Word ... 

IIK jIiiI It Is An Expression Of Growth 



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A&T ... Top Of The Chart 





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Alumni Association - The Gate City Chapter 






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INDEX 



A — 



A Charge to Keep, 133 

A Foinim of Issues, 130 

A New Beginning, 121 

A New Era In Action, 238-239 

A Serious Note, 192 

A Touch of Class, 200 

A Winning Combination, 5 

A&T ... A UNIQUE UNIVERSITY, 
149 

A&T Miss, 63 

A&T Top of the Chart, 317 

Acts of Kindness, 132 

Administrators, 302-307 

Adoration for Students, 198-199 

Aggie Bom, 216 
I Aggie Paraphemalia-It's only a Step 
I Away, 45 
' Aggies at Work and Play, 27 

Airforce ROTC, 309 

All work and no Play, 43 

Alumni Association, 318 

Always Available, 194 

Army ROTC, 308 



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Balancing the Day's Events, 210 
Basketball Female, 168-171 
Basketball Male, 160-167 
Black Studies NOW, 102 
Bluford Library, 265 
Bowling Team, 172-173 
Brand New ... The Beginning, 208 



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) Calhng Home ... MONEY! MONEY! 

MONEY!, 195 
I Campus Relationship Seminar, 215 
'Campus Safety Conference, 228- 
' 229 

Career Services, 257 

Central Administration Staff, 6 
'. Chairpersons, 298-301 

Chancellor Edward B. Fort, 2 

Counseling, 269 

Computer Center, 255 
[Counting Every Minute, 4 



— D — 

Dare to Dream, 211 



Dedication, 197 

Dinner Theatre, The Depot, 236 

DIVIDERS: 

Opening, Chancellor, CAS, 

Student Activities, 1 

Classes, Activities, 

Organizations, 17 

Sports, Activities, 159 

A New Beginning, 189 

Who's Who, 217 

Quality Progi'ams, 225 

Support Staff, Student Activities, 

Organizations, 241 

Homecoming, 285 

Chairpersons, Administrators, 

Activities, 297 

Index, 319 

Drug Awareness, 150-151 



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Education, 112 
Educational Pursuits, 154 
Embedded SkUl Building 

Workshop, 9 
Expressions of Excellence, 155 
Eyecatching, 206 



Focus on Competition, 153 

Fond Memories, 30 

Foimders Day Program, 106-107 

Football, 174-178 

Fresh Start Entertainment, 109 

Freshman Class, 18-23 

Future Leaders, 39 



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Gentlemen of Leisure, 119 

Get Ready for A New Beginning, 

315 
Gist Herman, 105 
Good News, 212 

Governmental Involvement, 193 
Greensboro Cultural Center, 103 



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Hats Off to Parents, 195 
Heritage Center Mattye Reid, 256 
Highlights of the Holiday Season, 

204 
Homecoming, 286-295 



Housing, 266 

— I — 

If Looks Could Kill, 38 

Ideas and Experiences at A&T, 312 

Index, 319-320 

Intramural Sports, 179-181 

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Junior Class, 40-42 

— K — 



Karate, 182-183 
Keynoting the Future, 314 



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Landmarks at A&T, 313 

Layouts, 191 

Leadership Conference '92, 203 

Leadership Luncheon, 202 

Life after Books, 113 

Looking Ahead, 157 

Look ... It's Aggie Pride, 110 

Love and Harmony, 108 



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Making Plans, 213 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Observance, 230-231 
Memorial, 310-311 
Memorial Union, 267 
Miss Collegiate African-American, 

127 
Monumental Occasion, 128 
Multiculture Focus on, 12-13 
Music Department, 116 
Mutual Agreements, 129 



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Networking In Action, 16 

News Flashes, NY/NJ Connection, 

126 
No Experience Needed, 26 



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On The Road to Aggieland, 24 
Opening, Table of Contents, 1 
Operation Santa Claus, 205 



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Opportunities to Share, 312 
Organizations: 

A&T REGISTER, 70 
AIRFORCE ROTC/COLOR 

GUARDS, 99 
ALOBEAEM SOCIETY, 100 
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA, 96 
ALPHA PHI ALPHA 

FRATERNITY, INC., 68-69 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, 

80 
AMERICAN MARKETING, 82 
APOSTOLIC STUDENT OUT- 
REACH, 276 
ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUT- 
ING MACHINERY, 83 
AYANTEE YEARBOOK STAFF, 

71 
BETA ALPHA PSI, 273 
BETA GAMMA SIGMA, 279 
BIOLOGY CLUB, 84 
CHARLOTTE AGGIE CLUB, 85 
CRYSTAL COAST AGGIE 

CLUB, 87 
DELTA SIGMA THETA 

SORORITY, INC., 72-73 
EPSILON PI TAU, 88 
FAYETTEVILLE AGGIE CLUB, 

89 
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 

ASSOCIATION, 101 
GEORGL\ AGGIE CLUB, 90 
INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL 

ENGINEERS, 91 
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 

ASSOCIATION, 280 
KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

FRATERNITY, INC., 76-77 
MEN'S COUNCIL/ALLIANCE, 

81 
MODEL UNIQUE, 74-75 
MODEL UNITED NATION, 86 
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY, 

277 
NATIONAL SOCIETY OF 

PERSHING RIFLES, 274 
NEW GENERATION CAMPUS 

MINISTRIES, 282 
NEW YORKVNEW JERSEY 

CONNECTION, 275 
OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, 

INC., 66-67 

320 



OPEN A.R.M.S., 92 
PHI BETA SIGMA 

FRATERNITY, INC., 15-16 
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB, 93 
SIGMA GAMMA RHO 

SORORITY, INC., 78-79 
SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCE- 
MENT OF MANAGEMENT, 94 
STUDENT UNION ADVISORY 

BOARD, 278 
TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 

COLLEGL\TE ASSOCL\TION, 

95 
TOASTMASTERS, 271 
TRANSPORTATION CLUB, 97 
VIRGINIA AGGIE CLUB, 98 
ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, 

INC., 64-65 



Pan Hellenic Summit The Seventh, 

234-235 
Peace be Still, 44 
Physical Plant Staff, 258-260 
Providing More than Academics, 

196 



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Quality: A New Beginning, 31 
Quality with Excellence, Basketball 

Coaches, 268 
Quality with Pride, 11, 47, 124 
Queens & Escorts, 134-148 



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Reverend Jessie Jackson Keeps 

Aggie Pride Alive., 31 
Roll Calling Again, 156 
Ron E. McNair, 232-233 



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SCHOOL DEANS, 10 

ARTS & SCIENCES, A. JAMES 

HICKS 
AGRICULTURE, B. C. WEBB 
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS, 

QUIESTER CRAIG 
EDUCATION, DOROTHY P. 

BARNETT 
ENGINEERING, HAROLD 

MARTIN 



GRADUATE STUDIES, 

ALBERT SPRUILL 

NURSING, BEVERLY MALOf 

TECHNOLOGY, EARL 
YARBROUGH 
Scientific Frontier, 131 
Senior Class, 50-61 
Senior Class Officers, 49 
Shaw Food Service, 261-262 
Sitting Down on the Job, 46 
Snack Bar, 264 
Special Events During the Year, 2 
Sports Hall of Fame, 184-185 
Student Life: 188, 240, 272, 284, 2 
Student Interest Groups, 8 
Student Government Associati 
Leadership Luncheon, 266-227 
Student Support Services, Sta 

263 
Surprise, 125 
Supportive Staff, 242 



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Taking A Stand, 152 
The Original Greensboro Four, 11 
The Marching Machine, 117 
The New Transition, 190 
The Yard at A&T, 114-115 
This Time of the Night, 122 
Time Out from Exams, 25 
Time to Make a Move, 209 
Tips for Success, 214 



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University Choir, 3 
University Police, 252-254 



V 



Views and viewpoints, 201 



W 



Wake Up, 123 

We Know You by Name, 158 
Who's Who, 218 
Will the Real Aggie Please sta 
Up, 207 



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X-CEPT/NEW GENERATIO 
CAMPUS MINISTRIES, 118 



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